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svs pci Speed?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by rammsteinboy, Mar 15, 2005.

  1. rammsteinboy

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    Does anyone know if the svs pci or other svs subs can keep up to fast metal?
     
  2. Ian J

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    Nimby will answer as he's a head banger
     
  3. alexs2

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    Hi there...before Nimby gets here....dont worry about an SVS keeping time with metal....no problems at all....Metallica/Rammstein etc will pose no problems at all.
     
  4. rammsteinboy

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    thanks for the help alexs2 :thumbsup: that was the only thing i needed to know before purcasing one :D
     
  5. Nimby

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    NIMBY IS NOT A HEADBANGER! :mad:

    Just because Mrs Nimby is partial to a bit of Metallica, White Stripes, Satriani (and others of that ilk) with her afternoon tea and biscuits does not make Mrs Nimby a headbanger either! It's merely a matter of musical taste. Or lack of it! :blush:

    I'd suggest the 20-39 as the ideal all-rounder. Did I really say that? :rolleyes:
    25-31 is just as good and bit louder if you have resistance from a significant other. :)

    The Plus and Utra models are more of the same only better. Only you can decide if these are affordable or even worth it for the (rather limited) task they are being asked to perform. ;)

    What's wrong with a little solo recorder music? :D

    Nimby
     
  6. Kazman

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    :thumbsup: Buy an Ultra, you know it makes sense :smashin: :devil:
     
  7. Nimby

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    For heavy metal? Are you mad Sir? :devil:

    Nimby
     
  8. Smurfin

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    Hey, nothing wrong with Satriani! Or Metallica, so long as you discount the diatribe that was St Anger:D
     
  9. Nimby

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    Mrs Nimby thought St Anger is by far their worst offering. :thumbsdow

    You should be flattered she agrees with you. She doesn't agree with anything I ever say! :devil:

    Nimby
     

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