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Old November 8th, 2011, 9:26 PM
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I'm looking to get the VTF-15H and see how that goes. When I really crank it up, I'll be the only one listening so even sound over entire couch (while nice) isn't critical right off the bat.
I would like to point out some conventional wisdom: two subs are ALWAYS better than one sub. This is true for two smaller subs vs. one larger sub.

Why? Because subwoofers excite room modes below 300 Hz, so either a single sub or two subs are going to fill your space with sound. However, which room modes get excited depends significantly on sub placement. A single sub will exhibit issues with smooth base response. Two subs allow for placement that will smooth out the base response.

I just thought you might want to consider this before making your choice, and perhaps Pete has some additional thoughts.
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