Thank you both for involving into disscusion. First of all I am ready to learn and absolutely open for education, comments or either critics.
Secondly I would like to explain more, at least to try. I do not have much experience with subwoofers and very unfrortunate that I am far away from technical background, I am health professional. However, as I said I happy to discuss and learn.
Questions... Room. I am renting apartment. Main room here is a combination of livingroom, diningroom and a kitchen. It is approximately 8m in long wall and 3.5m for shorter. I am expecting for monitor stands, assuming that speakers will be stay along longer wall. Quantity of subwoofers... I think two is possible, but will start with on for sure. A budget. I am thinking in advance, so I am planing to buy next fall and I think to spend up two 2000 CAD with some range beyond that. I do not think I will be able to listen a music loudly. Walls here made of wood,or panels with a space inside filled heat isolation material. This is usual here because of climate in Vancouver. So listening room is a problem. I have plans to add something on the walls and floor to decrease reverberation...
I do understand that 7060 is discontinied. Also I know that Genelec has created a special sub for my speakers which is F two. Its only 8 inch. Probably I could be happy with it, but don't know. The newer 7360 or 70 belong to smart series. These allowed to calibrate all system using software and microphone. But also I read some information about Rhytmik here. In my previous country of living I was told from different sources thet sealed are more for music and ported - for cinema. Moreover servo allows to produce better bass ( at least i was told so). As I told you level of knowledge is about of a little nothing))).
Hello Kirill. Welcome.
I would start with some questions rather than just comparing the Rhythmic and Genelec subs. Also it is a bit more complicated than a blanket statement that sealed subs are best for critical listening. It depends a bit. The basic questions would be what is your budget that you would like to stay in? What size is the space that the sub/s will be operating in? How loud will the playback levels be? Can you find room to place two subwoofers? What size limitations would you place on the subwoofer/s?
I see that the Genelec 7060 series appears to be discontinued...The replacement 7360a is in a completely different price bracket from the Rhythmik F12.