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bramble
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bramble posted on Mon, Dec 11 2017 6:35 PM
Hello

Which sub would you recommend for working with bv7-40 with 7.4 speaker-with 4x beolab 4's, Would the beolab 2 be overkill.

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, 4 x beolab 4's, form 2, h2, a2,a1 and a beolab 2 😀😀

 

 

 

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Depends a bit on what you listen to or watch, but probably yes. I would suggest a bl11 or a bl19 if you want to upgrade later to bl18’s/bl8000’s.

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moxxey replied on Mon, Dec 11 2017 7:07 PM

bramble:
Hello

Which sub would you recommend for working with bv7-40 with 7.4 speaker-with 4x beolab 4's, Would the beolab 2 be overkill.

It was for me. Some movies cause it to rock the room. BL11 is a little more subtle, but offers the bass you need without the neighbours complaining. When I watched "Valkyrie" (Tom Cruise movie), I remember they were talking quietly on the battlefield so I turned up the volume. They then got bombed and the explosion rocked the room so much the neighbours in the garden outside buzzed me and asked what the explosion was. Oops.

I now have a BL11!

bramble
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Brilliant moxxey

Beovision 7 40 mk 5 ,beovision 6x3,   beosound 3000, beogram 3300 , 2 x lc2, 2 x beocom 1401, beocom 6000 x 2,  5 x beo4, 

, 4 x beolab 4's, form 2, h2, a2,a1 and a beolab 2 😀😀

 

 

 

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Beolab 2. You can always adjust it down... The Beolab 11 is a little weak

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valve1 replied on Fri, Dec 15 2017 7:15 AM

Jonathan:

Beolab 2. You can always adjust it down... The Beolab 11 is a little weak

I tried a BL11 for a week end and found it to be a non event as a sub.

A bl2 can as Jonathan says be adjusted down.

 

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the bl2 can have unbearble rumbling bass. 

best choice without any drawback : a s8 or bl14 sub if you like the design.

 

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AdamS replied on Fri, Dec 15 2017 1:12 PM

Personally, the only B&O subwoofer I would allow in my house is the Beolab 19.

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AdamS:

Personally, the only B&O subwoofer I would allow in my house is the Beolab 19.

And in my case it is a love edition !

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