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2 subs anyone ?

psdrumsdrums

Standard Member
Hi, please forgive me, but unless Monsieur Andrews responds this is redundant.

I am being seduced by having an additional BK200 via my Audiolab 8000s or potential HK990 purchase to my Kef IQ5se's. Am I wrong ??
 

Member 639844

Former Advertiser
Nothing wrong with 2 subs. The overall sound will be the same, bit with a little less effort. If you take the time to properly eq them both in you could get a smoother and better overall integration with your speakers.
 

Grayman

Active Member
No problems with two Gemini Mk2's, get really good bass and havent had any probs integrating them.

Have a google about it, Ive also posted some links in threads where the question was asked, there's actually a lot of positives that can come from using two identical subs, and quite widely recommended.
 

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