Dual PB2+ set up with pictures!

Discussion in 'Speakers & Subwoofers' started by terence, Jul 28, 2003.

  1. terence

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    Isn't this just great.. I am so jealous.... What a stud muffin he is... Can you imagine the bass at his place?
     
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    Ahhh.....yeah. Banana's!!!![​IMG]
     
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    I'm VERY happy with my Dual PB2+s i have high res pics if anybody wants them.
     
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    Joel..did you ever think of going with the B4+ just out of curiosity? I know it is a bit more(mainly the amp) I was trying to go the route you did way back when they were first announced as being created...after 20 emails with TV and ROn, I broke down and bought the B4+....I am curious, as I said...[​IMG] My setup here is fwiw:

    http://home.mchsi.com/~toml/wsb/html...ome.html-.html
     
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    Yes i did consider going with the B4. I didn't simply because of the cost difference. I would have to buy an amp and a black box or something like it because i needed a SS filter. But I really liked the look of the B4. I would have gone the B4 route if the price was a little bit closer.

    Joel
     
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    Looks great anyways!! Have fun, and let us know how it goes[​IMG]
     
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    Head-room is a good thing. Congrats. Your subs look great! I know they perform.[​IMG]
     
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    Steve nn and TommyL

    What are you guys using for an eq? Rane, BFD, Art? What are you thoughts on them

    Joel
     
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    At the present time I am not utilizing a EQ. I do look forward to it though. Once you get to a certain point in bass there is really nothing left to tinker with except EQ.(Which can make a big difference) The last time I checked I had a short swing so it wouldn't hurt, but still is fairly decent. Proper EQ can/will definitely enhance my bass.

    Rane-BFD-Art>> I just don't know??? Now that I have my polarity problem solved I myself need to zero in on a EQ that will serve me well.
     
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    BFD is working great for me so far. Still tweaking....

    Bowisc
     
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    I too am still tweaking things...Just getting into the Lex mc-8 has made my tweaking on everything 10 fold[​IMG] I am going to talk to Tom V from SVS about the best route to go...I have had a owner from a highfi shop over, and he found a few dead spots(not at the listening position.!) at certain Hz, but said overall, my room is setup pretty good...I did move my sub in a bit, and noticed a slight spl loss, but nothing my wife won't mind..lol...I've had the lighting 23 feet above the sub swinging......and thats on my upper floor[​IMG] (matrix at ref..with my old setup....haven't tried anything hardcore yet...tweakin ya know[​IMG] If you do find something that works great, post it up...it'll give us a headstart...or if others have something they recommend, yell[​IMG] tom
     

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