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2 xv30f on their side.

It seems I got Lucky flattening the response by moving my seating back 1 ft., but I was almost wishing I would have got 4 xv 15s. Much more flexibility for someone like me who has a bit of room to place subs.

In the end though, it seems like they'll work out just fine.

And, I got a note the other day from an anonymous neighbor (sissy) and it wasn't a neighbor on either side of me (7k sq ft lots) so that leaves across the street or behind.

The funny thing is, I wasn't listening to anything bass heavy. It was the oldies mix station. But..... I was jammin' ! The subs were banging.



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And, I got a note the other day from an anonymous neighbor (sissy) and it wasn't a neighbor on either side of me (7k sq ft lots) so that leaves across the street or behind.

How far away do they live? I am surrounded by retired folks but have about a 150-200ft buffer. Hopefully that will be enough after the likely inevitable purchase of a second Triax in the future.
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Its probably 125-150 ft from my front wall to across the street front wall. Figure 2 side walks, a 2 lane neighborhood rd., and two typical suburban front yards.

Even further if it was the neighbors behind me.

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Pikkashoe,

I say go for the xv30's if ya can swing it...however take note that they are identical to the xv15 far as amp, driver, and tuning. the only difference is 250 more watts and another 15". Which equals another 3db output across the board. If you have multiple placement options then 3-4 xv15's may be a good option considering your budget. I am learning that multiple subwoofers is where its at. I have 2 xv15's currently in a 2400^3 room and adding a third should really bring the subwoofer system together. A few weeks ago I was messing around and added a budget jbl es250 simply because I wanted to see if there was a difference and I needed it anyway for another application. I couldnt believe how much the response smoothed out on its own without eq'ing. So lastnight I ordered antother xv15. Not trying to steer you away from the xv30's I am just sayin start with 2 and plan on adding third down the road if you want gobs of output and a nice flat response without heavy eq'ing. smile.gif
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Hey basshead, with what you said in mind, I have a question.

This was my initial thought as well. How could the two speakers: xv30f vs xv15 be the same tuning, if the xv30 has considerably more volume per speaker?
I would have to believe that even though the xv15 has less volume per speaker, its preferable because of the higher wattage available to the speaker vs the xv30 splitting the 750 watts between the two speakers. .

Hmm also never considered 3 xv15's??? But how would audessy handle that? I know it can handle 2, and my denon also only has 2 outs for subs?
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Hey basshead, with what you said in mind, I have a question.

This was my initial thought as well. How could the two speakers: xv30f vs xv15 be the same tuning, if the xv30 has considerably more volume per speaker?
I would have to believe that even though the xv15 has less volume per speaker, its preferable because of the higher wattage available to the speaker vs the xv30 splitting the 750 watts between the two speakers. .

Hmm also never considered 3 xv15's??? But how would audessy handle that? I know it can handle 2, and my denon also only has 2 outs for subs?

Essentially what you get with an XV30f is one and half VX-15's. So if you for example have room for only two subs two XV30f's make sense as you will get more bass per subwoofer.

Also Tune for ported sub woofers is determined by port size and length. They will likely sound exactly the same just that one XV30f will have more output than one XV-15.

Also keep in mind most of time (not counting other factors) doubling the wattage is required to get a gain of 3db. In that going from 500w to 1000w will get you 3db gain. But keep in mind double your disparagement will also get you 3db. So the XV30f' gets more output mostly from the double of the drivers (more surface area, more escusrions,and a bit more wattage more db's)
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Essentially what you get with an XV30f is one and half VX-15's. So if you for example have room for only two subs two XV30f's make sense as you will get more bass per subwoofer.

Also Tune for ported sub woofers is determined by port size and length. They will likely sound exactly the same just that one XV30f will have more output than one XV-15.

Also keep in mind most of time (not counting other factors) doubling the wattage is required to get a gain of 3db. In that going from 500w to 1000w will get you 3db gain. But keep in mind double your disparagement will also get you 3db. So the XV30f' gets more output mostly from the double of the drivers (more surface area, more escusrions,and a bit more wattage more db's)

Add to that the dual drivers in the XV30f increases it's efficiency, so it doesn't take as much power to produce a given SPL as a single driver.
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But how would audessy handle that? I know it can handle 2, and my denon also only has 2 outs for subs?

You use a Y splitter at the receiver. So, technically you use one out at the receiver (the one with the Y splitter) for two subwoofers and the second out for the third subwoofer. Yes, Audyssey will calibrate the two subwoofers (sharing the same signal) as one and the third one will be calibrated individually.

That is exactly what I'm going to do with my XS30. I have two SVS PB13-Ultra's that are located at the front stage and equidistant to the MLP, so they are going to be sharing the same signal from the SW1 out and the XS30 at the back wall (behind my couch) will be hooked to the AVR SW2 output.


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So considering all things equal, and not taking into consideration fq smoothing, two xv15's would outperform one xv30f, and it would be more cost effective.
I think you mentioned that earlier, and its more cost effective too.


Add in the added the benefit of the smoothing the response, and it seems like the only reason one would go with xv30f would be due space constraints?

Now, I am very curious about the 3 xv15's set up. Maybe i start with 2 to see how they perform, if I am satisfied then im done.
Im coming from a Elemental designs a3-300 12 inch sub.
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Hey basshead, with what you said in mind, I have a question.

This was my initial thought as well. How could the two speakers: xv30f vs xv15 be the same tuning, if the xv30 has considerably more volume per speaker?
I would have to believe that even though the xv15 has less volume per speaker, its preferable because of the higher wattage available to the speaker vs the xv30 splitting the 750 watts between the two speakers. .

Hmm also never considered 3 xv15's??? But how would audessy handle that? I know it can handle 2, and my denon also only has 2 outs for subs?

because they share the same driver, dsp amp calibration, and port tune. adding more drivers does not add extension...however it does increase output. just use a y splitter and keep 2 of the subs equal distance from the LP and audyssey should handle it ok. then again I would not rely on any room correction software to correctly calibrate the subs perfectly. If you want perfection a external eq device will/may be needed.
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Thanks for explaining. Clears things up for me.
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Silly question but does the base on the XV15 make it functionally different from the non base version or is this simply for carpeted floors?
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Silly question but does the base on the XV15 make it functionally different from the non base version or is this simply for carpeted floors?

Its simply for astethics only...no performance gain or loss. I prefer the looks of the base version, however downfiring into carpet or a hard surface should not make any difference.
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To my knowledge, correct me if I'm wrong, speaking of output, a single properly corner loaded Triax will have the same output as 3 XS30s and more output than dual collocated XV30Fs, also with the XV30Fs separated 1/3rd front wall placement. eek.gif
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To my knowledge, correct me if I'm wrong, speaking of output, a single properly corner loaded Triax will have the same output as 3 XS30s and more output than dual collocated XV30Fs, also with the XV30Fs separated 1/3rd front wall placement. eek.gif
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Depends really, for example I have been considering getting the Triax subs or just adding another two XS30's to my setup. I would have two stacked in each corner of my front wall if I went with another two instead of the Triax sub. Below 30hz Tom told me that one Triax equals 3 XS30's, but above 30hz its equal to 2 XS30's. which is still totally insane in my opinion! eek.gif
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I'm happy to run some tests to compare with the triax. Of course it would not be perfect but it would be fun to do..........

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I'm happy to run some tests to compare with the triax. Of course it would not be perfect but it would be fun to do..........

So did you order a Triax too?
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Whats the expected delivery dates of the triax subs, for those who ordered a while ago.
Anyone know how long the wait is now, if you place an order? Just curious
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Whats the expected delivery dates of the triax subs, for those who ordered a while ago.
Anyone know how long the wait is now, if you place an order? Just curious

From earlier in the thread:

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1372020/official-power-sound-audio-thread/4290#post_23530406

So they should be shipping out very soon if they have not already since that post was a week ago.

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Depends really, for example I have been considering getting the Triax subs or just adding another two XS30's to my setup. I would have two stacked in each corner of my front wall if I went with another two instead of the Triax sub. Below 30hz Tom told me that one Triax equals 3 XS30's, but above 30hz its equal to 2 XS30's. which is still totally insane in my opinion! eek.gif

Go for the two Triax's! Something to be said about exclusivity...plus, they just look awesome! smile.gif



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Depends really, for example I have been considering getting the Triax subs or just adding another two XS30's to my setup. I would have two stacked in each corner of my front wall if I went with another two instead of the Triax sub. Below 30hz Tom told me that one Triax equals 3 XS30's, but above 30hz its equal to 2 XS30's. which is still totally insane in my opinion! eek.gif

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Go for the two Triax's! Something to be said about exclusivity...plus, they just look awesome! smile.gif

Agreed!
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Depends really, for example I have been considering getting the Triax subs or just adding another two XS30's to my setup. I would have two stacked in each corner of my front wall if I went with another two instead of the Triax sub. Below 30hz Tom told me that one Triax equals 3 XS30's, but above 30hz its equal to 2 XS30's. which is still totally insane in my opinion! eek.gif

If your serious I would go with the Triax's.

Also you get simplicity with similar output. Unlike a lot of folks I'm of the mind to get few better subs instead of a lot of average. Especially sense with 2 subs you should be getting a good Frequency response.

Also can you imagine saying ya. Here are more 2 subs. And then you can say oh you know they each have an RMS of 4,000 watts each. Oh and teach one also has 3X15's smile.gif

I seriously don't think you would need to upgrade your subs again. smile.gif

Edit: Oh and I just rememberd if you went with the Triax's you could upgrade to veneered option as well.

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The reason I agreed with getting the Triaxes is because jbrown mentioned stacking 4 xs30's, 2 in each corner. I would rather have dual Triaxes over that setup...however if he was going to put a xs30 in each corner of the room or evenly displace them, then I would rather have the 4 xs30's for smoothing the FR.
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If I was gong to do anything I would go with dual Triax subs, everyone is right they do look awesome but since I'm about to change up the front of my theatre room looks wouldn't matter much. They'd be hidden behind an AT screen anyways.

On another note I'm seriously considering build a Gjallarhorn designed sub from Josh Ricci. Anyone not familiar with that sub go to data-bass.com and take a look at it. I was thinking about one of those up front and maybe placing the XS30's near field to my seating. The measured numbers on the Gjallarhorn is ridiculous eek.gif
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If going large, why not go with the vented RE XXX that serves as Ricci's CEA record holder. Now that's a benchmark! smile.gifwink.gif

The Gjallerhorn serves its name well, Ricci has talent in subwoofer design.

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On another note I'm seriously considering build a Gjallarhorn designed sub from Josh Ricci. Anyone not familiar with that sub go to data-bass.com and take a look at it. I was thinking about one of those up front and maybe placing the XS30's near field to my seating. The measured numbers on the Gjallarhorn is ridiculous eek.gif

I've also been intrigued by the G-horn as of late. The 12-40hz output is pretty much untouchable! I've been reviewing the plans and found a source for good 5x5 18mm BB in my area. biggrin.gif


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