ML Depth. everyone who hears mine says it's the most musical, seamless, unobtrusive sub they've ever heard.
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I second the Rel Storm III. I upgraded to the Stentor III recently which simply places the Organ "in your room", but short of flattening your chest with the last pedal note (as only the Stentor III can do) the Storm III is the best I have heard for pure music. I just opens up and spreads out the whole soundstage and adds magic to the mid range as well. I run full range but set the high filter ~ 35Hz or lower. A pair of Spendor S 3/5's or LS 3/5 a's and a Storm III could convince you that someone slipped a pair of pipedreams in your room when you weren't looking.
ACI Titan for sure. IMO, it is the most musical of all subs I've heard: Rel, Martin Logan, Klipsch, B&W, Sunfire Jr., Polk. It is also the best looking and most versatile: continuously variable phase and cross-over. And if you don't like it you can send it back for a refund within 30 days. You owe it to yourself to check it out:
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Do it. Get a Titan. I swear you'll love it.
The most musical sub for a reasonable price that I've heard is the one I own - the Nola Thunderbolt. The RELs are very good as well, but I'm happier for less $$ with my TB.
The TB is fast, articulate and musical. Absolutely rave reviews from everyone who's tried one (or two). New one (mkIII) are $1695 new but you can find the mkIIs on A'gon under $1000. A steal at that price.
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