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Old June 1st, 2018, 9:08 AM
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Dual Sub Settings (VTF15H-MK2 and VTF3-MK2)

I have the VTF15H-MK2 and and older VTF3-MK2 along with CCB-8's. I am running a Yamaha RX-A1070 Aventage receiver.

My room dimensions are 16' wide, 16'deep and 18' high flat ceiling. The room does open up on one side and the rear to other living spaces so if I take the openings into consideration, the room dimensions would be 45' wide, 35' deep and 16' high on average for most of the space.

My listening position is about 10' from the front wall and screen with the VTF-15H sub in the front right corner of the room about 14' from the seating position. The VTF3 is nearfield and about 5' from the seating position.

My movies to music split is about 50/50 and I tend to like things a bit more bass heavy compared to neutral.

Based on those rough details, what EQ/port and Q settings should I have the VTF15 and the VTF3 subs? I am assuming they will be a bit different since one is in the corner an one is near field. In addition, ole is a 12 and the other a 15.

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