PJTX100 said:If that's your budget the BK Monolith is supposed to be pretty good...PJ
@nt said:Umm, now the SVS PB10 has caught my eye... especially for £420
I'n my opinion the Monolith beats the PB10 in almost very aspect.MADMAND said:How does the monolith compare to the pb10-isd?
Also what would you buy pb10-isd or monolith cosidering the pb10-isd has 3 year warranty.
MADMAND said:Yes but the fact that the pb10-isd has two years extra warranty outweighs a £10 cable.
Is the monolith reliable?
MADMAND said:No matter when a product becomes faulty (not misused) as long as its within the first year it should be replaced by law.
Ian J said:jan & Marek - You appear to have seen, heard and reviewed the BK Gemini ( an English subwoofer) before us in England had even heard it or before any mention of the new model was made on their website and you have also listened to the rest of the BK range too.
Is there something that you aren't telling us
Bleah. I was going to tell that I'm so special that I get things that I want...MarekFIN said:Well we were part of some powerbuys, and the nice people at BK sent a Gemini along for testing.
The story of the Gemini as I understand it is:
The sub has been produced for some time already, for http://www.arisaudio.com/products.html, by essex-audio for the US market. But as everything has to be large in the US, they did not sell to well, hence BK took it back as their own product.
http://www.dvdplaza.fi/galleria/showgallery.php/cat/500/ppuser/7623@nt said:Cheers for the advice guys - a few of your comments have completely opened my eyes to what other subs there are out there
Think I'm sold on the Monolith, now I'm just decided what colour to have - I have Cherry-coloured speakers, but black looks so damn cool... Anyone got any pics of Cherry just to make my mind up?