Should I mix subs?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Grady Hollums, Oct 18, 2001.

  1. Grady Hollums

    Grady Hollums Second Unit

    Oct 24, 1999
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    First off:
    I LOVE my SVS sub, and I don't think there is any better sub on the market! I still am looking forward to the day that I see one reviewed in a big mag, and the reviewer can't describe it in words!!! heh heh. (Thanks Tom for everything!)
    Ok, I have my 20-39CS Sub powered by the KLH tuner suggested for the poor people in the world to power the SVS. The reason I bought a SVS is because my 12" 250 Watt Infinity Sub died on me and the Amp blew out. Well, I am not sure if it will work, but I think I could connect the Infinity Sub up with the KLH receiver that I am pondering the SVS with and get more bass (not that I would need any more, heh)
    Will this work? Should I even do this, or will it cause the SVS to sound muddled and not as crisp and clear that it does now!
    I really hate to mess with anything that the SVS is doing, but I sure would like to have something behind or near the couch to act as a bass shaker. (don't get me wrong the SVS does this anyway)
    I just can not find anyone that will buy my Infinity Sub with it going to take $100 for a new amp. I would much rather use it than throw it away in the dumpster.
    Thanks for all the help!
    In Him,
    My Home

    [Edited last by Grady Hollums on October 18, 2001 at 01:18 PM]
  2. John Desmond

    John Desmond Stunt Coordinator

    Nov 13, 2000
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    Mixing the subs will likely make a sonically muddy mess. You could consider using the Infinity with your rear channels . . .

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