Back story: Let me start by saying by no means am I an expert in anything audio. I'm relatively new to all this stuff. I don't have a mic or any software for sound analysis other than an Spl meter. I have the basic knowledge of setting up speakers (distance, crossovers, gain, ect.), but anything beyond that and I'm as green as the money it costs to fund this hobby lol. Cars have always been my thing, but in college I started playing with home audio. It was fun for a while, but then it got put on the back burner. Well, about 3 months ago I got a wild hair up my ass and went and bought a very basic and entry level setup. I got bored with it extremely fast and immediately upgraded every component. Now we're talking. Things are starting to sound pretty good and I'm starting to understand why this hobby is so fun and addicting. I'm like a sponge when I take interest in something. I start digging in, getting info, joining forums and asking questions.
Now to the subject at hand. Sorry about rambling. I just don't want you guys to think I'm going to post graphs or concrete analysis lol. Just a new guy having fun with his new sub. Coming from a Klipsch R12sw I knew I was in for some fun, but not this much fun. I'm still trying to get things dialed in with what little knowledge I do have. I did a sub crawl and found the best spot accordingly. I then grabbed my spl meter and dialed in my delay the best I could. I'm still playing with the room size setting. I'm 2 days into it and having a ton of fun. Music wise it is clean, crisp and extremely accurate. Movie wise it's still early on. I powered through the blue rays I had easy access too. I'm gonna swing by a friend's and pick up some Blue Rays that should really let me see what this thing can do.