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I ran Audyssey again and one sub was set to -8.5 and the other -2 when both subs were gain matched. Not quire sure how you are getting identical trim levels for each sub channel after calibration.

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If funds allowed it would definitely be Cap 1400's. Yes, more output is the goal!
If your goal is higher output, you should look into doing a DIY.

A Mini Marty + Dayton UM18-22 + inuke6000DSP. The dual set-up would come in around $1600-$1700 and would yield a performance upgrade over your existing set-up.

There's a guy in your state selling the flat packs. You might even be able to comission him putting the panels together for you: MartySub Flatpacks are Back!!

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I ran Audyssey again and one sub was set to -8.5 and the other -2 when both subs were gain matched. Not quire sure how you are getting identical trim levels for each sub channel after calibration.
You use lfe in on subs right? Peq is off, etc... Make absolutely sure all knobs (frequency, dampening, etc...) are exactly the same for both subs. What are the distances set by aud?
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I ran Audyssey again and one sub was set to -8.5 and the other -2 when both subs were gain matched. Not quire sure how you are getting identical trim levels for each sub channel after calibration.
Measure each sub independently( gain matched )and compare the difference in output with audyssey off. It could be one sub is getting more boundary gain then the other. That being said 6db seems extreme.

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If your goal is higher output, you should look into doing a DIY.

A Mini Marty + Dayton UM18-22 + inuke6000DSP. The dual set-up would come in around $1600-$1700 and would yield a performance upgrade over your existing set-up.

There's a guy in your state selling the flat packs. You might even be able to comission him putting the panels together for you: MartySub Flatpacks are Back!!
+1 if one wants high output for cheap and don't mind HUGE box.
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I don't think you would save that much money going diy compared to how much the Echo 18 cost...especially on sale right now for 1199.00. The savings would be on the second sub because a single amp will drive both units. However I do not really think comparing a Inuke to Ice power is apples to apples either.

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