Wow! Now THAT is a theater room.
I just hooked up my master F2 and left the audyssey settings that were there for the co-located SVS SB 13 ultras. I will do the calibration when I get the slave home this Wednesday but even with one of these hooked up I was feeling things I never did with the ultra's and the base was deep and taught. Very impressed Mark. Everything I wanted and more and there is still one to come!
Would you co-locate these subs or split them up in opposite corners on the same side of the room?
I recommend first playing the test signal with just the + unit and then plug in the slave to confirm you are not dramatically killing output from an unexpected acoustic interaction with subs front/rear of a room."
I'm not sure how to identify the above Mark. My version of audyssey has me match the subs to 75 decibels. Are you saying that I should calibrate the first one and then plug in the slave to be sure they are not being heard differently as in lower or higher decibels? Sorry, I'm new to digging this deep into things. I suppose it might be a good idea to hire someone to come out and calibrate everything...
Translation... When you plug in the slave unit it should get a little louder, not quieter. If not, try another location, or look into taking some measurements to really know what's going on.
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