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where to position 2 subs??

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by rodneyH, Jul 30, 2001.

  1. rodneyH

    rodneyH Supporting Actor

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    I have 2 subs (No they aren't SVS, but I still need your help). I am moving to a new house,and want to know where to position 2 subs. I thought that if I put one in each corner in the front that that would be the best and fill the room very well, yet I have recently heard that it is better to out them in the SAME corner, so they don't do weird things (something like-running out of phase at certain frequencies and getting peaks and valleys at differnt frequencies, if they are in different areas of the room). I hope this isn't true since 2 subs in one corner would look stupid IMHO, but if it will sound better, i will do it. Let me know.
     
  2. Tom Vodhanel

    Tom Vodhanel Cinematographer

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    >>>I have 2 subs (No they aren't SVS, but I still need your help). I am moving to a new house,and want to know where to position 2 subs. I thought that if I put one in each corner in the front that that would be the best and fill the room very well, yet I have recently heard that it is better to out them in the SAME corner, so they don't do weird things (something like-running out of phase at certain frequencies and getting peaks and valleys at differnt frequencies, if they are in different areas of the room). I hope this isn't true since 2 subs in one corner would look stupid IMHO, but if it will sound better, i will do it. Let me know.
     

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