I never really understood sub woofers outside of movies until I got these.
You probably should have a ported one for movies to get really thunderous sounding bass and a sealed box for music, I listen to music about 40% of the time 20% games and the other 40% is movies / TV. I had heard some ported units and for films and TV they are great but they are not really as well adjusted for music. Now though I get it, there is a level of bass that you just need a bigger driver for these guys running in tandem can really give a level of thumping bass that is really tight as well clean and crisp, these lower tones jump out as singular sounds rather than as a muddy wash that I had before.
You should really demo them for yourselves but I just can't stop smiling when I hear something in my music that just was not reproduced before, or when a helicopter sounds in the room and the explosions shake your body and rumble on.
SVS SB-2000 User Review
Like nothing I have heard or felt outside iMaxReview of SVS SB-2000 subwoofer by Benzyl, Oct 10, 2016.This item was purchased for £800 for 2 from AVForums Classifieds in 2016. The reviewer still owns this product.
Value For Money9