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Does he regret his decision?

If not, why break what isn't broken?
His decision isn't the only concern. Don't want potential buyers to expect things to shake in a 25x30 room with a kitchen and hallway attached.
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His decision isn't the only concern. Don't want potential buyers to expect things to shake in a 25x30 room with a kitchen and hallway attached.
Understood.

(Maybe he has some really loose fixtures.)
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No question.

But, not everyone needs a sports car.

(In some jurisdictions, the maximum highway speed is only ~60 mph.)

I don't need a sports car. My point should have been obvious in that respect. (and BTW, I have the most fun in mine well under 60 MPH, especially on twisty mountain roads.)


No one needs a subwoofer either. (Any subwoofer, not just good ones) Your argument about need is the straw man here. The OP's comments were about desire, not need, and how sometimes you don't really understand something until you experience it.


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Word of advice that will save you lots of $$$ in the future......never audition or even go near a true subwoofer, one that can deliver down to 20Hz or lower. You will likely have a strong desire to upgrade.
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Hey guys, so I've had this sub for about 4 years now and I couldn't be happier. The one thing though, is that it is a little boomy for music. Would getting a second one, placed on the wall behind my couch (The other one is in front) and switching the phase of each to a different position help with this boomyness? I would calibrate them with my SPL meter beforehand.
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