Adding an EQ to SVS sub question

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  1. DieterM

    DieterM Auditioning

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    I have had problems with overdriving my 20-39CS sub on very low bass (big room). Will the subsonic filter on the ART 351 EQ allow me to lower the subsonic levels while retaining the flat response at higher bass frequencies? And if so, will this allow me to run my entire system (including sub) louder without it bottoming out?
    Basically, can I give up some of the ultra lows to get more of the mid and upper lows, and is the ART 351 EQ the best and most economical way to do this?
    -- Dieter
     
  2. SVS-Ron

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    Dieter,
    That is EXACTLY the sort of thing you can do with the ART 351, plus add an easy to get to level control, tame any peaks in your room, and give a nice bump to the low end that won't kill your sub below the tuning point.
    Short of getting a second sub (clearly your next move) the ART 351 is the best way to get the most out of your CS system.
    Ron
     
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