Post by sandtrooper on Dec 13, 2012 22:16:59 GMT -5
I'm trying to narrow down the sub(s) I'm considering for my HT. I was planning on getting two subs to lessen dead spots. However, I've read some subs have dual drivers in a single cabinet. What is the advantage of this? Does it eliminate the need for two separate subs? Thanks.
Dual apposing drivers eliminates box resonance and increases output , but doesn’t replace dual subs capability to even out bass response in the room and help with sum nulls etc.. but only when the two subs are placed in two different spots in the room does this work
HT room 15'x30'x9.5' ,Panasonic TC-P54" s2 plasma ,APC- H 10 power conditioner/regulator, Marantz A/V 8801 ,Emotiva IPS-1 amp,BPA-1 amp , oppo BDP 103 ,Technics quartz sl-10 linear tracking turntable ,Dish hopper/W sling ,L/R mains Klipsch KG 5.5 ,L/R Heights Klipsch KG .5 ,Center Klipsch KV-4 ,L/R S Klipsch KG 5.5, L/R S B Klipsch RF15 ,Subs dual ED a5-350 with Bash 500 digital amps