Once again, the ML Depth. Very forgiving of placement when using two, and terrific in all other ways. Has separate LFE input.
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A single Aerial sw 12 sub could be all you need . Two is better of course as each could be used for seperating bass for each channel but the unit has a switch for summing the input. It also has a switch for movie and music and you can optimize the sub for both. Other than that , the SW 12 is a fantastic sub and would mate nicely with your speakers. Beautiful , near indestructible and harmonically rich ; music reproduction for this unit has few peers. For theatre , it is very good to excellent.
Rel Acoustics makes some excellent subs. I don't know what the Aerial SW 12 costs, but the Rel Storm 3 can often be found right here on Audiogon for around a thousand, or so. I own a Rel Storm 3 and love it. Quadophile has written an EXCELLENT review (right here on Audiogon) of the Rel Acoustics Strata Mk III. Here's the link to it:
Rel Strata Mk III: Review by Quadophile