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    dts geek Registered Member swwdts's Avatar
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    Question KLH Titan Series SL1000 Powered Subwoofer

    Is it anygood ? It is really cheap $ 89.00. It is a down firing 100 watt 10" powered subwoofer.

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    My first sub was a KLH. Basically it's bottom of the barrel as subs go. There are two schools of thought on the matter. Some say that it's better to go without a sub than get a crappy sub because crappy subs can be so bad it's not worth it when you can sock away the money toward a quality sub starting at $500. The other school of thought is it would be better than nothing. I lean toward the "crappy sub is better than nothing" and it will help you really appreciate a good sub when you can finally get your hands on one.

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    dts geek Registered Member swwdts's Avatar
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    I own a 8" Kenwood already.I will stay with it & save my money. Thanks for the help.

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    Good idea; I don't think the KLH will offer any improvement over what you have. Save your money, look around. SVS and Hsu are popular online retailer/manufacturers of subs. You can get something decent from them for around $500. If you need a sealed sub, look into Velodyne, Deftech, anad B&W. Of course, this is certainly not an exhaustive list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swwdts
    I own a 8" Kenwood already.I will stay with it & save my money. Thanks for the help.
    Here are a few subwoofer kits available if you don't mind putting them together.
    http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage....536&filter=kit

    If you don't want to put them together, they also have pre-assembled kits for a little more. And if you really like to put things together, you could pick out drivers & amps and save more by building your own boxes.
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