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Discussion in 'Speakers' started by dany, May 26, 2006.
Why get 2 when i bigger would work.
I used to try and convince my ex of that, but she'd have none of it
You will have to go up quite a bit in subs to get the same air movement as 2 subs, but if you can achieve the levels that you are after with one good sub, then that's the way to go IMO. I prefer using a single sub.
John: Do two subs have any positive effect on the overall frequency response? Tom V. helped me understand the differences between upgrading with a second PB-10 vs a larger SVS, but I forgot to ask him about any other advantages of two subs. They would NOT be co-located, and I thought I heard someone on here say once that subs in adjacent corners (front corners, in this case) would potentially create a more flat response. I could be way off base here, so thought you could help me out
With some work, having multiple subs can help to smooth out the frequency response over a larger area, rather than only at the sweet spot.
Okay, I thought I'd heard something like that. I do want to get around to EQ'ing the thing at some point, but I'd rather save that until after I've made some other upgrades to my system.
Alan, you have a P.M.