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1 or 2 sub's?

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by michel1975, Feb 15, 2003.

  1. michel1975

    michel1975
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    Hey folks,

    I had almost bought a stentor but it's not in the color maple, wich my other speakers are. I could buy a Rel Q400e wich i can get in maple. But now my question, are 2 subs better then one? Because of the stereo image and the amount of air what will be in movement.

    greetz, michel.
     
  2. Steve.EX

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    A search will uncover the many many views posted here on this subject.
    Lots of factors to take into account (room size, room response, size of sub's, quality of lfe output from source etc etc etc etc.
    Good luck, opinion is at the least generally divided.

    Steve.
     
  3. jim.rae

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    I think two subs could be a bundle of trouble - standing waves, phase differences etc etc ...

    First choice for me would be to put one sub woofer in the centre of the sound stage firing forwards.

    If we are talking about the average room dimension, you would find it difficult to accommodate the multiple "bass bin" type of rig used by commercial sound engineers.
     
  4. michel1975

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    Okay, i'll give it a search... thnx.
     

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