Go for it mate you won't regret itBTW, no better time than now to buy a sub from america:
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The trend seems to be going upwards. So if you buy a JTR and pay 25% deposit, with this trend in 4 months time when it comes to paying the outstanding amount, you will probably benefit even more.
This is the highest its been in the past 5 years.
Im making the move to sealed very soon tbf. Maybe 4x21s. Want to feel some single digits, especially considering I’m on a suspended floor!I did wonder who he was talking about, of course, it's you!
I think your room is bigger than mine so I hate to think what mine counts as?
One thing I haven't come across is how can you measure a subs Tactile Response and Midbass Slam?
There's measurements for SPL, Extension, Gain etc.
That would be handy, as you can then check hard a sub can shake and hit regardless of size and price.
JTR was second on my list, but the 4 month wait time and extra £500 per sub is hard to gulp.
Whilst the Arendal 2v is an interesting choice, the output numbers vs price compared to the American subs will always leave me thinking what if. 8 dB difference across the whole frequency range vs JTR and 6-8 dB difference vs Rythmik.
Can it achieve infrasonic like the Americans can?
Its just a platform the sofa sits on. You can make a really nice one out of wood. A well designed one is going to be invisible.Hooverboss great for HT rooms, but a no go for my living room as guests and extended family always visiting.
So won't go down well with WAF.
So have to rely on sub for infrasonics.
TBH its not even a small room mate.. Just very narrow. That photo makes it look like more of a 3.5 or 3.4M room when I was trying to count using the TV width.25x12x8ft = 2400 ft3
7.6x3.7x2.5m = 70.3 m3
Its just a platform the sofa sits on. You can make a really nice one out of wood. A well designed one is going to be invisible.
I'd say two big humungous subwoofers in a living room is far more intrusive than a hoverBOSS. Especially the ones you're contemplating in your space. and especially the finishes of the American subs which aren't very pretty IMO.
Otherwise JTR for infrasonics easily,
Smaller subs in your space will probably work much better and go down much better WAF wise. The arendals IMO are very very nice looking subs.
Mate you need to decide what you want.RS1 = detail, musical, sealed
2400 = output, extension, ported
Or as the drivers are exactly the same, will the 2400 have the same traits as the RS1, but with the additional advantage of more output and extension across the frequency range?
JTR easily mate.Can't a guy want it all?!
And TBF, I have narrowed it down to Rythmik G25HP or JTR RS1/2400.
Surely that's a good place to be. Not jumping around 5-6 different subs.
Anyway, watch this space, while I try to sort something out between the two.
Will probably drop around Marks to get a feel of his RS2 as well.
Almost there bruh, don't get annoyed.