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Old April 10th, 2012, 6:05 AM
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Originally Posted by Dr_Hsu View Post
If you want increase in both, get a second VTF-3. How critical is having even bass distribution in your room? Usually different family member like bass to different degrees. In fact, quite often the spouse do not want so much bass! Then optimize the bass for your seat, and put the spouse in the seat with less bass...

Do the sub crawl, find the best spots to place the subs. If necessary, place both subs in the best location. I would go for the position that gives the highest output especially in the low bass. Then use a equalizer to flatten the bass. That way, you have the lowest distortion and highest headroom.
Like anything else in this hobby, its critical to me, and not so much to everyone else, but I'm seriously considering a second..... or perhaps a VTF15.
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