I just checked out the new Velodyne digital subs. Very nice. Small. Attractive. When it comes time for me to get a new sub, I am going to be checking these out real close.
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I've heard about the Velodyne DD subs. Good...but very expensive. I'm leaning toward an ACI product. However, rather than getting a Titan and matching it with the M&K MX-70 I just added, I'm thinking about returning the M&K and getting a pair of the ACI Force subs. I like the coverage that 2 subs provide in my room and their small size will integrate well. Also...probably easier to blend 2 of the same rather than the Titan and the M&K.
Seems like I'm answering my own questions here, but for those interested.....
I ordered a single Force today. Going to test drive one before springing for a second. The Pres and founder of ACI (Mike Dzurko) swears that you can't tell the difference between a Force and a Titan, other than sheer output level (the Titan produces 3db more.) If this is the case, I think this may be the perfect unit...for me. It won't arrive for more than a week and then its got 60 hours of break-in. I'll post some thoughts once I've had time to evaluate it.
You must listen to a Hsu VTF-3. Simply the best bang for your buck subwoofer made today. I have the VTF-2, but if your budget is $1300+, then the VTF-3 is the one for you. Seriously...don't think because it's only $850 it's no good. I listened to a ton of subs before purchasing my Hsu...I ended up paying FAR less, and getting a tighter, faster, clearer sub.
Email Dr. Hsu with any questions. He'll get back to you quickly. They mostly sell online, but they've started to sell through dealers. http://www.hsuresearch.com