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Well I decided to return the Sherwood receiver and I did buy a $60 JVC RX-6030V receiver at the Pawn Shop. It is a 5.1 type and has a sub out also I saved some money and can go towards the subwoofer.


I thought all bookshelf speakers doesn't have a full range of response since they are small. Also the Dayton ones have a 6 and a half inch woofer which is bigger than 4in so I thought it would have more bass. Usualy bigger woofers have naturaly more bass.
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So any subwoofer will work but is the Sony SA-W2500 better than the Dayton one that is around same price and is also a 10in woofer?
post #33 of 33
The Dayton is the better choice.
    
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