asdonk said:I will be using 2 MJ reference 1 subs on the LFE connected with a splitter
this is to get a better bass in my room because of its size
the room is about 13 m x 5 m, I had the the choice between 1 big sub or 2 smaller subs
I have already done some listening with 1 Rel Stadium II, which is now connected with a neutrik cable for stereo use
the LFE signal is now at the moment connected to Rel storm 1 but is not capable to fill the room with enouth bass
playing with 2 subs should give a boost off 3 db in bass
ceenhad said:Y splitters work fine but there is no point buying rubbish if you have already invested in good quality cables. A system will only be as good as it's weakest point.
I havn't noticed any response problems using a splitter but I do get an impedence mismatch between my subs which causes one to click when not in use (and probably whilst it's in use. )ceenhad said:Now as to whether this makes an audible difference - I haven't 'scoped the signals to check for electrical difference and so far I haven't measured a noticable signal loss or frequency response change I could attribute to the splitter alone.
damenace said:By the way, I'm not sure why you would want to gain 3dB with two subwoofers. You will calibrate it to match the rest of the system anyway. So in the end you will be using two subwoofers and turn them both down a bit to end up with the same amount of bass.
All you gain is a better response in your room. A slightly more even bass spread.