just bought the pv1d, after trying to buy the old one when it was getting to the end of its run, im delighted with it kinda already knew what i was buying, pv1 or pv1d, in my opinion the pv1d is different, its subtle but there is a difference id say just a tad more punch more pointed delivery that round edge is just a bit harder than the pv1 was which is no bad thing all in excellent. thats my tupence worth.
A shorter review could be: "This is a good sub." And then the 5 stars... No, seriously, some more details wouldn't hurt. Description of the sound quality in just two sentences: is OK for Twitter, I guess...
Didn't rate the PV1 as a movies sub, bought a Velo. Still, to each their own.
All sounds very impressive, which I was expecting to be honest. I would of liked to read something about its ability with music as that's far more important than movies. If they get music right with a new sub, then getting a sub to sound good with movies is already assumed.
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