Checked the monoprice monolith 10"? Not df but if you get it.gold vfm
There’s just no way that goes in my snug without looking like a sore thumb.Checked the monoprice monolith 10"? Not df but if you get it.gold vfm
Its a small home cinema set up in my snug.
I've just cancelled the SVS, I re did my sub levels and listened to the War of the worlds clip where the alien comes out of the ground and my room was fully pressurised and the floor and sofa were shaking with every impact.
I do want a new sub to get those lower frequencies but I think spending close to a grand (with an antimode) is just going a step too far.
Back to the drawing board methinks, whatever I pick will need to be a sealed sub tied in with an antimode.
I was looking at the BK p12-300 PR but I'm concerned that the front facing driver would not be able to point at the listening position.
Once I’ve tried my sub with EQ I will make a decision on which one to get.The FF driver doesn´t need to point toward you. There is two PR models as new grade-b with full warranty if black or white would do. Big savings if you want BK.
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Shame you cancelled the PC2000 as example SoundAndVision tested PB and SB2000 in 1200cuft room which is about similar as yours i think. He did get the bloat with PB, but after Audussey run it was much better. So yeah Antimode 8033 Cinema required. The PC2000 was 599£ while ago at AVO...
Fortunately, I have a secondary system in my home that's located in a small room (approximately 1,200 cubic feet), so I decided to try the subs there. I co-located each one in the same corner of the room and manually calibrated each of them at an 80-Hz crossover using an SPL meter. Wow, what a difference! In the much smaller space, each sub reproduced deeper bass response that I could feel in my sternum; it shook the house