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JBL Sub 18 a subwoofer to go with JBL's M2 speaker or my 4367's

Randy

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Famous
It is very black box looking, as you would expect a studio subwoofer to look.
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
I think its lovely, man.

If you aren't getting enough bass from the two 15" woofers you have now, this would be a capable add on.
 

TitaniumTroy

Well-Known Member
Yeah, definitely a two bagger or just keep your room really dark. One the best looking subs I have seen, were an SVS sub that belonged to Huey, they had a real nice wood veneer.
 

Randy

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Famous
Yeah, definitely a two bagger or just keep your room really dark. One the best looking subs I have seen, were an SVS sub that belonged to Huey, they had a real nice wood veneer.
I have the SVS PB 12 plus 2 in light oak or some nonsense like that, honestly cant remember because it has been so long since I gave it a thought, and it is gorgeous. Really nice looking for a big box sitting in the room.
 

TitaniumTroy

Well-Known Member
Thanks for reminding me about the light oak SVS veneer’s Randy, I can’t think of any manufacturer that has anything that could match that for looks, and performance. Well unless you’re willing to pay Wilson Audio price’s.
 
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