Sub for Aerial 10Ts

Looking for a sub for the 10Ts room size is 25 by 18. Want something that will wow me. amp is sim audio titan. Would like to here from 10T owners. The sub would be mostly for home theater. Price is not an issue thanks Ht steve
Thanks for the quick reply. It was a toss up between the Aerial or Revel sub which I heard was also a good match. Bemmer I heard the ML 33H With the Aerials It was awsome a little out of my price range that why I went with Sim Titan What do you think . It sound good but nothing like the ML33 Is there another ML that would give me good results. I also have a Sony 7700 DVD player Was thinking of upgrading to 9000es DVD or should I keep the 7700 and go with a bat CD player since I listen to music 90 percent of the time Thanks

I understand about the 33H being a little out of reach, it was for me as well, fortunately it was a friend selling and price and terms were favorable! I've heard nothing but good about the Sim Titan if you are happy that's where it is at. As to CD players, I just sold a Sonic Frontiers SFD2 MKII tube dac, and currently I have a Sony 9000ES dvd/cd/sacd, the 777ES SACD/CD player and a BAT VKD5SE.
When all is said and done for redbook, it's the bat. The 777 Sony doesn't give up much though, and the 9000 is there for the DVD's, although the 9000 is the best bang for the buck I've ever come across.

Good luck,

I have a REL sub that I preferred over many other subs i auditioned. For strictly music listening, I preferred the cleaner sound (faster, smoother) of the smaller woofers (10") over the larger (12"+) models. Also, REL subs produce an awesome smooth low end (down to 10hz in some models) while using these smaller drivers. REL subs are highly rated for both music and home theater applications. It is the only sub that I know of that allows both LFE and high/low level connections at the same time, with seperate gain controls for each input. I also like their "ABC" circuitry that allows you to finely tune the sub to both the room and the main speakers. The Revel is also an excellent sub.
Also, i would not purchase a sony dvd/sacd/cd player combo player if you are listening to cd's most of the time. Buy the best cd only player you can afford and you will be better off. I have a sony 9000es player for my home theater setup and use it for sacd and dvd use only, i do not like the sound of cd's thru it as well as the Classe cd only player i have in my music setup. I demoed quite a few SACD/cd (from the cheaper Sony players to the $7500 Marantz) combo players before i purchased the cd only player and I liked the better cd only players (Classe, Arcam, Naim, Meridian, etc..) over the combo players.
Good luck.
with proper speaker placement and equalization settings, you will be wowed with the SW12...I only have one with my 10T's...two would be quite something
The best sub I ever heard is Linn's Seismik. I throw it our there for consideration, but I would add to the chorus that the Aerial sub is quite something. I drive my 10T's with a Sim amp (no sub), and I can hardly imagine the visceral grunt of 10T's on a Titan, plus a major sub. I hope your room is concrete!