SubWoofer replacement option

Discussion in 'High End Audio' started by Lou Anschuetz, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. So my yard got hit my lightening and killed a bunch of equipment through
    various means. One of those, though the reasons are confusing, was my
    powered off Velodyne F1000. It's an oldie for sure, but was pretty
    musical.

    Since this is an insurance claim, I'm somewhat limited in how much
    money I can spend on a replacment. My best guess is that the Velodyne
    VLF1012 is a good replacement (obviously technology marched on and
    it has better specs - though documents suggest less truly low
    bass extension).

    Another option is the MKIV 10 Earthquake, which I can find for a bit
    less than the Velodyne.

    So there seem to be two issues:
    What is the better choice in terms of low, musical, bass (not just
    guesses - I can make those :)?
    And, where the heck can I find a VLF1012? Velodyne doesn't list any
    store within 120 miles of my house that actually admits to carrying
    them - let along having them. Net vendors seem sparse for these units
    as well. If folks believe the Earthquake is better, the problem is
    moot of course :)
     
    Lou Anschuetz, Jul 21, 2003
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