Subwoofer to go with new BW 804 D3


I have had the 804D3 for a few days. I am slowly liking it. I do feel for home theater purposes I need a sub. Should I pair SVS sub ( PB12) or get one from BW for subs?
ngautam
Why not buy a sub from a company that just makes subs and has been around for a long time...like JL Audio (E110,E112) if you want PUNCH then these are the subs! Also....REL Acoustics (S series) seamless blending and low bass information retrieval with awesome beauty of tone and pace rhythm and timing with power!

http://www.jlaudio.com/home-audio-powered-subwoofers-e-sub

https://rel.net/product-category/subwoofers/serie-s


Matt M
The most important thing for accurate bass sound is to deal with room modes. For that, it is better to use two smaller subwoofers rather than one big (unless all that matters is to reproduce huge explosions). Additionally, dsp room equalization like the DSpeaker Antimode 8033 will clean up low frequency response even more, and for not much money and only little effort.
+1 JL Audio
Best sub I ever owned!
I'd think that a single Fathom F112 V2 would be more than sufficient. You can always get another down the road. I'm using an 18 year old B&W ASW650 sub and last night thought to myself "awesome bass" (also have 804 d3).
I agree with the recommendation of the JL Audio e110 or e112. I'm using an e110 with my B&W N804s and it packs quite a punch.
Thanks gentlemen. Settled in on SB 16