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would a upgrade from an lv12r to a F12 or E15 be worth the difference?
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would a upgrade from an lv12r to a F12 or E15 be worth the difference?
What are you looking to achieve?

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JT, what makes you to settle on 1 port mode now? You were back and forth between the two.
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would a upgrade from an lv12r to a F12 or E15 be worth the difference?
The LV12R has more output that the F12 and digs deeper. I would move up to the E15
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would a upgrade from an lv12r to a F12 or E15 be worth the difference?
I would wait for the FVX15
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Really???? digs deeper

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The LV12R has more output that the F12 and digs deeper. I would move up to the E15
Yes, the LV12R has more output than the F12 but it doesn't digs deeper than the F12. The F12 FR is 14Hz - 100Hz (-2dB @ 14Hz) and the LV12R FR is 19Hz - 100Hz (-2dB @ 19Hz).



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JT, what makes you to settle on 1 port mode now? You were back and forth between the two.
I felt like the bass was a little intense in 2 port mode and there were some finer details I was missing out on. Ever since I switched to 1 port mode high dampening and applied a 3db boost at 60hz and under using the PEQ settings on the amp things just seem to blend more seamlessly. I feel like I have plenty of headroom, nothing is being pushed to the limits and I'm plunging the lower octaves with deep powerful bass.

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would a upgrade from an lv12r to a F12 or E15 be worth the difference?
Don't do it! 20hz and up the LV12R will have a significant advantage over the F12 and I think that gap closes with the E15, but not enough to justify what you are going to spend. If you value movies stick with the LV12R.

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Sometimes I do a 60Hz boost (+1.5dB) using the PEQ. The PEQ in my subwoofers is already set at 60Hz, +1.5dB and mid Bandwidth. It's OFF most of the time but I like to turn it ON when listen to jazz and Latin music. It give you a little extra punch on percussion and drums
I have my bandwidth set midpoint as well. Can you tell me what exactly the bandwidth knob is used for in layman's terms please?

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...I need confirmation from F12 customers that they seldom use 28hz extension setting.

Brian, my dual F12's are run exclusively at 14Hz/High Damping. Experimented with 20Hz and 28Hz, but always reverted back to 14Hz (although 20Hz was pretty good too).

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I have my bandwidth set midpoint as well. Can you tell me what exactly the bandwidth knob is used for in layman's terms please?
Bandwidth knob on Rythmik sub I believe is to refer to the Q value which varies the slope of the curve. If I have to guest, min position is shallow slope, max is the steepest slope and mid position is in between. It would be nice to see the graph for the three positions.
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Bandwidth knob on Rythmik sub I believe is to refer to the Q value which varies the slope of the curve. If I have to guest, min position is shallow slope, max is the steepest slope and mid position is in between. It would be nice to see the graph for the three positions.
Bandwidth controls the width of the affected notch/peak.
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Well, I'd like to introduce myself to the Rythmik club as I pulled the trigger on the LV12R earlier this week! It will be here Friday.

With that said, it's been a WHILE since I setup a sub/HT system. I have a Yamaha 675, which means YPAO. How do I go about calibrating the sub? I was reading that I need to play with the Sub Gain to get YPAO to get the sub the closest to 0dB? Then twek the levels inside the receiver?

I do have an SPL meter and typically, I tone out all the speakers to read 80dB on the SPL, with the center running a little hot, around 82-83 for better dialogue and the sub running at 84-85 for more bass. Is this still the way to do it? However, please note that I NEVER used room calibration software. I always just used the SPL meter.

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Not too familiar with Yamaha's room correction system, but my understanding is that YPAO doesn't equalize the bass frequencies and only the top end Adventege series does some limited PEQ (fixed 3 points).

You would run what's on the 675 to determine the crossover frequency. Also the distances and levels for each speaker, including the Rythmik sub.

I would recommend getting a MiniDSP (2x4) here: http://www.minidsp.com/products/mini...ox/minidsp-2x4 which will allow you to PEQ up to 6 frequencies. The wiring connection is:
Yamaha 675 LFE output ---> MiniDSP ---> sub LFE input

Then get a calibrated USB microphone from Cross Spectrum Labs: http://cross-spectrum.com/measuremen...ated_umik.html

Download the free software called REW: http://www.roomeqwizard.com/#downloads

There is a how to guide (from AVS member Jerry Austin) for doing room measurements on this thread: Simplified REW Setup and Use (USB Mic & HDMI Connection) Including Measurement Techniques and How To Interpret Graphs

You would look for the best placement for the Rythmik sub and Main Listening Position first. Do a sub crawl. Instructions and video is here: http://www.audioholics.com/home-thea...ofer-placement

The next step is to carry out the low frequency measurement (15Hz to 300Hz) using the guide, REW and USB calibrated mic. When you start to use REW, verify your sub crawl method got it right.

There is a room correction module in REW called Room EQ. Use it to make the bi-quad filters and export out to the MiniDSP.

Last step is re-measure with REW to check the response is what you want. Tinker with different sub distances (adjustable on the 975) to get the smoothest crossover.

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Yes, the LV12R has more output than the F12 but it doesn't digs deeper than the F12. The F12 FR is 14Hz - 100Hz (-2dB @ 14Hz) and the LV12R FR is 19Hz - 100Hz (-2dB @ 19Hz).
That surprises me because the LV12R is a larger physical box. Does it not have the same driver and amp as the F12?
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That surprises me because the LV12R is a larger physical box. Does it not have the same driver and amp as the F12?
No, the F12 uses a superior driver and amplifier. Like I said before the F12 may dig a little deeper than the LV12R, but it will get smoked in output for movies. Ported subs have a pretty big advantage in output around their native tune.

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That surprises me because the LV12R is a larger physical box. Does it not have the same driver and amp as the F12?
If you're wanting more output I would suggest picking up another LV12R or stepping up to something larger.

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If you're wanting more output I would suggest picking up another LV12R or stepping up to something larger.
I don't need more output. That sub is more than enough for my room (check out the pics of my room) . My wife would put me into an asylum if I told her I need a sub for more SPL. She feels the bed vibrating on the 2nd story and my sub is in the basement.
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I don't need more output. That sub is more than enough for my room (check out the pics of my room) . My wife would put me into an asylum if I told her I need a sub for more SPL. She feels the bed vibrating on the 2nd story and my sub is in the basement.
I'm sure most wives think we are crazy I know mine does!

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jnick1,

Not too familiar with Yamaha's room correction system, but my understanding is that YPAO doesn't equalize the bass frequencies and only the top end Adventege series does some limited PEQ (fixed 3 points).

You would run what's on the 675 to determine the crossover frequency. Also the distances and levels for each speaker, including the Rythmik sub....

[...snip...]

Last step is re-measure with REW to check the response is what you want. Tinker with different sub distances (adjustable on the 975) to get the smoothest crossover.
Thank you for the in-depth response! Just curious, as to how I find the cross over using the Yamaha? I thought the cross over was based on the white paper specs of the speakers?

Also, I already have a Radio Shack digital SPL. Could I use this as the microphone in REW? I noticed there was a whole guide on using it. I only ask because I topped out my budget on the equipment, not knowing I would need a $100 mic or a $100 DSP. I can maybe get the DSP in a little bit, but I definitely won't be able to have it by the time I initially setup the system :/. Could I get by using the RS SPL with REW and manually configure the dB for the Sub in the 675?
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trying to place a second lv12r in my living room will be difficult because of the rear port. F12 (or 15 line up, little heavy for me to move around) looked possible. I have a f12 in my office that I listen to music with I like it and I thing something is missing when listening in the living room to the same speaker and lv12r. Movie wise, I was expecting more shake and rumble. Not sure how much of that is listing position and room modes.
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The LV12R has 2.5 dB more output at 20 Hz than the F12, then falls off rapidly where the F12 rolls off gradually below it's 14 Hz -3 dB point. How many use that extra 2.5 dB at the loud end I could not say; probably fewer than think they do. Audiophiles always seem to demand more power, more output, more more more even when objectively it should not matter. But bass is tricky...

I seriously doubt whatever is missing in the living room is due to the LV12R. I would bet more on differences in the room and changing to an F12 would not change that. If the living room is larger and/or open to other rooms, has less favorable dimensions, etc. then you'll have less "shake and rumble" no matter what sub you put in there.

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Thank you for the in-depth response! Just curious, as to how I find the cross over using the Yamaha? I thought the cross over was based on the white paper specs of the speakers?
YPAO will set the crossover. It will become more clear when you get the receiver. Read the manual while youre waiting for it.
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Thank you for the in-depth response! Just curious, as to how I find the cross over using the Yamaha? I thought the cross over was based on the white paper specs of the speakers?

Also, I already have a Radio Shack digital SPL. Could I use this as the microphone in REW? I noticed there was a whole guide on using it. I only ask because I topped out my budget on the equipment, not knowing I would need a $100 mic or a $100 DSP. I can maybe get the DSP in a little bit, but I definitely won't be able to have it by the time I initially setup the system :/. Could I get by using the RS SPL with REW and manually configure the dB for the Sub in the 675?
Plug the YPAO microphone into the jack on your AVR and run its room correction. It finds the crossover for you. You don't need an SPL to set the level on your sub. Just try the gain around half way and run YPAO. If it sets your sub around -6 to -8, you are golden. If it sets it much lower than that, lower the gain a little bit and rerun YPAO. If it sets your sub to close to 0 or above, raise the gain and rerun YPAO until it sets the sub near -6 to -8. After YPAO, raise the subwoofer trim level 3 to 6 dB to taste.


When funds permit, do get a Umik-1 mic and a miniDSP for about $200 total. It will help you transform your in room frequency response from looking like a scary roller coaster to a nice flat line.
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When funds permit, do get a Umik-1 mic and a miniDSP for about $200 total. It will help you transform your in room frequency response from looking like a scary roller coaster to a nice flat line.
lol Funny and true.
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When funds permit, do get a Umik-1 mic and a miniDSP for about $200 total. It will help you transform your in room frequency response from looking like a scary roller coaster to a nice flat line.
Then he will add a second sub like you did
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Then he will add a second sub like you did

Funny what facts(measured in room response) make you do.
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trying to place a second lv12r in my living room will be difficult because of the rear port. F12 (or 15 line up, little heavy for me to move around) looked possible. I have a f12 in my office that I listen to music with I like it and I thing something is missing when listening in the living room to the same speaker and lv12r. Movie wise, I was expecting more shake and rumble. Not sure how much of that is listing position and room modes.

Checout how close my sub sits to the back wall
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I think as long as you have about 6" you're good to go.

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4" to 5" is the minimum we recommend for the LV12R.



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