Originally Posted by Blackmambakila
Im going to stack my 200lb trinity ontop the Triax in my right front corner and make a Trizilla!!! Then im watching pacific rim and posting a youtube video!!
I can think of several reasons NOT to do this:
1. Inability to gain-match co-located, but non-identical, subs
2. Differing transient responses of sealed vs. vented/PR
subs, (co-locating the subs exacerbates this issue.)
3. Headroom issues of the "lesser" sub limiting the "greater" sub.
Bottom line... I can't imagine the output or LF extension of the Trinity sub would come close to being able to keep up with the Triax. The Trinity would only hold the Triax back from its' performance potential. Worse yet, the "out of phase" nature of the response of the PR
's in the Trinity would have a cancelling effect on the deepest bass output of the Triax's..
Bottom line, the Triax would likely perform *better* by itself than with a co-located Def Tech Trinity.
OTOH, a single, non-co-located Trinity could certainly be setup to augment and enhance the output of a single Triax. However, that would take some skill and the ability to measure and correct the in-room response of te two systems.