dtester
I started my dedicated home theater his year and through it all I wanted a room where I could go and get away from it all.  So finally I got to the point that I needed a subwoofer.

Here is a little detail about my room:
14W x 29L x 7.5H
sealed room
Integra 40.1 pre/pro
Emotiva amps
Klipsch Cornwall 2 for L/R
Klipsch Chorus 2 for center
Klipsch reference line for sides & rears
Old sub was a SVS -ultra (about 5 years old)

I looked at SVS, Danley, Seaton, & Chase

I settled on Seaton Submersive HP.  And this is my journey.

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MikeDuke
Congrats on the sub. The Klipsch and HP should make for a nice sounding setup.  First, what do you have for video. Second, we NEED pics.  
I simply love this stuff.
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dtester
For video I use a Panny AE4000 with a 2.35 screen (10W x 4.5H) the screen is acousticaly transparent.

Will post some pics
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MikeDuke
Nice.  Can't wait to see the pics
I simply love this stuff.
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dtester
OK here is my 1st REW graphs.  Let me say I am no expert at REW and not even sure I have it setup right but this is what it is telling me.  OK thoughts suggestions, ?????   Right now my room is about half done construction wise so I know these readings are not what they will be.  But it is a point in time reference.  For some reason with the sub in the front with the drives parrallel to the 14' wide part of my room 20Hz is very harsh but not in the 29' L side walls.  Interesting

Here is REW on right front (were my old SVS was)



Here is the right wall center  (to our ears sounded best)



Here is the overall of all positions




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dtester

OK for reference here is some pictures of my half finished room.

Screen wall framed out


Here is screen wall with speakers (you can see the old svs)


Screen wall with screen



side wall insulation (2" OC703)



side wall finished


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dtester
Here is an update.

The sub came in on Thursday and was in very good shape.  The packaging was great


Notice the orange sticker, it says "Open this side"  Nice touch - and it was correct!


Cardboard corner rails and 1" Styrofoam on all 6 sides



Here's the "XLR to RCA" adaptor and the 5.1 audio tool kit



Looks like a foam cave - Would take alot to damage this thing inside all this.



Picture of sub - amp side




Here are the magnatized driver covers  - real nice!!!



The setup & connections instructions are via the Seaton Sound website.  The sub I got was the Black Satin - smooth economy/utility finish w/magnetic grills.

The sub was packaged well and is beautiful.  The fit and finish of the sub is top notch.  Very well made!!!!

A more detail review on the sound coming!  (still demo'ing   )
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Thomas_Smith
Just combined with The Klipsch and it would be perfect. Could you pick the pic because it is no longer working?
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