How to deal with the WAF of large subwoofers.

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  1. Jason Watson

    Jason Watson Stunt Coordinator

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    Dude those things are monstrous! [​IMG]
     
  3. John Geelan

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    How do you like the Pinnacle Baby Boomer sub?
    Love those Maggies by the way!
    JohnG[​IMG]
     
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    Jason, very impressive gear you have. How much does that center speaker weigh?
     
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    Depends on your sub :p)
    Those Magnepans could almost hide my sub, but they're a little short and would need another inch in width.
    And they definately couldn't hide this beast [​IMG]
    http://www.geocities.com/manurescape...l?982993304980
    I always get a chuckle when people call the SV subs big, they be tiny. It's not a real sub until you pass 200L net internal volume [​IMG]
     
  6. Jason Watson

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    Dustin,
    My planned upgrade(someday)to 3.6R would hide your sub nicely. For the "Big Pig" you would need Typanies[​IMG]http://www.integracoustics.com/MUG/M...smith/T3B.html
    Frank,
    I dont remember the weight of the MGCC1, but I think it is around 28lbs IIRC. It is mostly frame work and grill cloth with a curved magnetic planner, two-way driver inside. Much lighter than it looks!
    John,
    The Baby Boomer provides a lot of output for its size but is no match for the Sub2i. Heck, the whole thing would fit through one of the NHT sub's driver openings. It is about to be moved to behind the listening position, and connected speaker level to the surround channels. I will then be able to set the surround channels to run full range.
     
  7. Mike Strassburg

    Mike Strassburg Second Unit

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    My recently Sonosub will be 480L and it will partially be hidden behind the TV and a Klipsch KLF-30.
    As far as WAF, who says I'm even going to let her out of the closet to see it [​IMG]
     
  8. John Desmond

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    Well, those aren't mini-monitors, but they ain't Sound Labs A1s either. Sorry, yours are just midis[​IMG]!
     

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