Hey guys. I need some opinions. My current setup is:
An acoustically treated 13' x 22' with 8' ceiling dedicated basement Home Theater
Klipsch RF82 towers L/R, RC62 center, RS62's surround and RW12d sub.
Onkyo TX-SR806 130W/ch with L/R bi-amped
Behringer Feedback Destroyer Pro DSP1124P
I have run REW and have three filters correcting my room fairly well. But I never really got things as smooth as I would like them on the low frequency end. I have tried different x-over points on L/R's - 80 Hz, 50 Hz, 40 Hz, full band (both with and without double bass). Double bass set to on sends LF signal to both L/R speakers as well as to the sub. Klipsh claims a frequency response of 33-23,000 Hz (±3dB) for the RF's. I want clean, accurate, clear, tight bass as I listen to music of all genres as much as I watch movies. I am considering a sub-woofer upgrade in the next few months. My two main choices are:
Definitive Technology SuperCube I and
SVS PB-13 Ultra
Anyone have experience with both? I am leaning toward the SuperCube and using the money saved to buy the SVS AS-EQ1 sub EQ. I am tired of manually (trial & error) trying to tweak settings. It seems the FIR filters are far superior to parametric EQing and the automatic EQ selection/use are tempting.
Any suggestions, advice, opinions, recommendations welcome.
Thanks in advance,