My new sub comes today.

bob1

Well-known Member
:clap:

I'll tell more later:D .
 

Morb

Active Member
Don't be mean tell us what your getting. :D

Hope you enjoy your new toy.
 

AngelEyes

Distinguished Member
Nice one Bob, looking forward to seeing a happier looking smilie in your signature :D
 

paulst10

Distinguished Member
i know what it is ;)

well, if he hasnt changed his mind that is :)
 

bob1

Well-known Member
I'm not saying anything till i have a play and set it up,please don't look at my sig ,it could give the game away:rolleyes: :D .
 

bob1

Well-known Member
Well i've set it up ,i put it down turned the gain control till it sounded about right and left it at that.
Probably not get chance to have a real mess around with it till tomorrow.
Here's a couple of photos,it looks so small compared to the pb10i-sd in the same space.


1.jpg


2.jpg
 

bob1

Well-known Member
Be interested in what you reckon Bob, compared to the bigger 10isd.

I really need to watch a few films ,i have tried a few choice scenes although at lower volumes than i would normally watch a film , i would be hard pushed to tell any difference to be honest.
I going to try some other room locations tomorrow something i could never do with the pb10.
 

bob1

Well-known Member

Dynaudio Desire

Active Member
Great looking sub there! You could try ye' old put the subwoofer in your listening position trick and walk around the room to find the "peaks" and place it there. Supposed to work quite well.
 

Member 96948

Distinguished Member
How many options did that give you in your room and how did you fix the sub at head height once you'd found the spot?:devil:

Nice one Bob. I've heard these often enough to know you're not going to miss the PB10 much. Careful with those controls though. A small adjustment goes a looooonnnnnng waaaaay. If you know what I mean.;)

Russell
 

bob1

Well-known Member
How many options did that give you in your room and how did you fix the sub at head height once you'd found the spot?:devil:

Russell

:rotfl:
Yep done that ,before but on my hands and knees though.
From what i have heard so far i won't miss the pb10,it might not go quite as low but i'm lovin it.
 

Mr Incredible

Distinguished Member
That alcove looks the perfect size for a downfiring PB12+/2. :devil: :D.

Aren't you at all worried by prying eyes and little exploratory fingers with a front firing sub? ;)
 

bob1

Well-known Member
Aren't you at all worried by prying eyes and little exploratory fingers with a front firing sub? ;)
Its never been a problem before and nothing a boot up the rear wouldn't solve :D .
I will be leaving the cover on by the way.
 

Member 96948

Distinguished Member
Good to see a man with a sturdy diposition toward discipline of minors.

As you have a rugged driver, play a 20Hz test tone at 0dB and encourage them to touch it. Experience will teach them to leave it well alone. That and 6 hours in the fracture clinic.;)

Russell
 

chrisgeary

Well-known Member
damn, that's a fine looking sub :)

how are you getting on with it?
 

bob1

Well-known Member
damn, that's a fine looking sub :)

how are you getting on with it?
Still not had much time with it, the weathers been too good.
The room is quite small and i think it likes it better than the bigger ported sub,it has more of a kick to it than the pb10 had, it doesn't go as low a few test tones prove that but you don't notice it when watching a film(well a few demo's).
 

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