My BED is taking over my Subwoofer??

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  1. Christopher Chung

    Christopher Chung Stunt Coordinator

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    Hey guys,

    I have a set up in my bedroom, and there's not too much room to manuever with my equipment, but you have have to make due right?

    Anyways, I am being forced to move my sub into the part of the room where my bed is. The problem is when I'm sitting in my listening chair, the bed will be blocking the view of my sub, causing me to question whether it will affect the sound.

    Now my question is whether this will affect the sound at all. Now since the sub's frequency is non-directional (?) I'm assuming this won't be a problem. Anybody ever run into something like this; with a bed maybe?

    Thanks!
    Chris
     
  2. Cam S

    Cam S Screenwriter

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    Nope, it won't effect it one bit. I can't see my sub from where I sit, as it it blocked by the couches, but dam, you sure as hell can feel it in your intestines.
     
  3. John Garcia

    John Garcia Executive Producer

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    The front wave will be somewhat affected, but it should not dramatically change the sound. There is no reason you would need to SEE your sub for it to sound good.
     
  4. Phil Mays

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    My bed is on top of my bedroom sub, and it sho sounds good!
     
  5. Christopher Chung

    Christopher Chung Stunt Coordinator

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    Thanks for the reply guys! I tip my hat to you innovators!

    Chris
     

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