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okay here are some pictures of the Power Sound Audio XS30. biggrin.gif


Avatar, eh? Try the Assault On Home Tree and Battle For Pandora scenes. Both of those have some good bass in them.

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Looks awesome! Id love to hear it in my room with my XV15's, neighbors would probably hang me. biggrin.gif

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look great LO...

hope your house dont fall down....

shaking it apart... need some super bass traps....

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I'm just doing some shopping on Monoprice for RCA's, faceplates, keystone jacks etc, and I realize something is screwed up. The 7.2 faceplate/gangplate for all my connections has an RCA on the front side for both subs, and Coax connector on the back. Ok thats fine, I will run Coax to a faceplate in the wall behind the sub, then from there, use the RCA cables you guys linked me on Monoprice to hook the sub to the faceplate. But how the heck do I change back from Coax connector to RCA on the faceplate? I looked all over Monoprice and I dont see anything to adapt from Coax back to RCA? I'm all confused here.... confused.gif

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But how the heck do I change back from Coax connector to RCA on the faceplate? I looked all over Monoprice and I dont see anything to adapt from Coax back to RCA? I'm all confused here.... confused.gif

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I'm just doing some shopping on Monoprice for RCA's, faceplates, keystone jacks etc, and I realize something is screwed up. The 7.2 faceplate/gangplate for all my connections has an RCA on the front side for both subs, and Coax connector on the back. Ok thats fine, I will run Coax to a faceplate in the wall behind the sub, then from there, use the RCA cables you guys linked me on Monoprice to hook the sub to the faceplate. But how the heck do I change back from Coax connector to RCA on the faceplate? I looked all over Monoprice and I dont see anything to adapt from Coax back to RCA? I'm all confused here.... confused.gif

my recommendation...
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=105&cp_id=10425&cs_id=1042503&p_id=4013&seq=1&format=1#largeimage
go with the 3 gang 8.2 connector. it's cheaper, and you don't have to worry about the conversion. or call them and ask them. or get one from amazon. i can't understand why they would do that...
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I almost spit a whole mouthful of coffee - out my nose! - when I read this...

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my recommendation...
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=105&cp_id=10425&cs_id=1042503&p_id=4013&seq=1&format=1#largeimage
go with the 3 gang 8.2 connector. it's cheaper, and you don't have to worry about the conversion. or call them and ask them. or get one from amazon. i can't understand why they would do that...

Unfortunately I already have the 7.2 gangplate here, I ordered it a while ago, I just didnt realize the Coax connector would be a problem. I thought I could just order the faceplate for behind the sub with a coax on the back and an RCA on the front. I will just get one of the adapters that Beeman linked and get a couple 25 foot RCA cables for in the wall I guess.

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okay here are some pictures of the Power Sound Audio XS30. biggrin.gif



How does it sound?
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Yes like Tom wrote here I had the same issue,he offer me some options
option 1
he offer me a partial refund plus new grills
option 2
return the sub and he take care the return shipping cost
option 3
exchange the sub and he also take care both shipping cost.
I will go with option 1 smile.gif so far I'm very happy with my purchase.

vatore, did Tom mention any recommended placement options, for example one driver firing into front wall, the other into the room etc.???smile.gif
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vatore, did Tom mention any recommended placement options, for example one driver firing into front wall, the other into the room etc.???smile.gif
I set mine up today and had one driver pointed into the corner and the other pointed into living room. Sounds great so far! I may have to change that up a bit with my "curious children". I definitely have to be more careful with the kids around versus the downfiring XV-15. The XS-30 sounds great so far. I calibrated it with Audyysey and played a few scenes and listened to some music. The sound is very smooth and I am enjoying it. Didn't get a chance to give it any major workouts yet, hopefully tomorrow. So far other than the broken grills I am digging it! Can't imagine you guys with the duals wink.gif
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I set mine up today and had one driver pointed into the corner and the other pointed into living room.
Sub bass frequencies are omni-directional, so for them it doesn't matter which way the driver is aimed. Above bandwidth harmonics are directional, so pointing the driver down or at the wall will help filter them.

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has any one posted the audioholics top sub award winner for 2012? The PSA XV15. here is a bit of what Audioholics had to say about the XV15.
"We found that the XV15 sounded clean, composed and dynamic with music, while possessing extension well below 20Hz in room with plenty of headroom to make its presence felt in a large space on movie night. Even more important than the impressive parts list of the XV15 is the manner in which those parts are tuned to work together in a well rounded finished system."

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has any one posted the audioholics top sub award winner for 2012? The PSA XV15. here is a bit of what Audioholics had to say about the XV15.
"We found that the XV15 sounded clean, composed and dynamic with music, while possessing extension well below 20Hz in room with plenty of headroom to make its presence felt in a large space on movie night. Even more important than the impressive parts list of the XV15 is the manner in which those parts are tuned to work together in a well rounded finished system."

makes me feel good about my purchase! ordered 2 for my theater, should be here tomorrow. and i can't wait!
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I've finally dialed in my two XV-15's in my home theater, Awesome sound.
Deep and tight (especially for a ported sub). Output to spare.

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has any one posted the audioholics top sub award winner for 2012? The PSA XV15.

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okay help here, when I setup my xs30 to 80hz with the speaker towers at 80hz I can easily localized the sub ,even at low volumes,The mid bass on the sub sound stronger than the towers, but when I set everything to 60hz the sub become more smooth and unable to localize.Do Im missing something?
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80 is just a suggested starting point. If 60 works better for your needs then go with that! What kind of towers do you have? Do you have both towers set to "small" on the receiver?
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okay help here, when I setup my xs30 to 80hz with the speaker towers at 80hz I can easily localized the sub ,even at low volumes,The mid bass on the sub sound stronger than the towers, but when I set everything to 60hz the sub become more smooth and unable to localize.Do Im missing something?
Your 80Hz filters aren't brickwall, so enough above 80Hz content is getting through to localize the subs. If it sounds better at 60Hz run it at 60Hz.

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wondering how an XS30 would match with my 1k SubMersive?
i realize a second SubM would be ideal but the PSA price to performance
ratio has me very very intrigued.
my plan was to upgrade the amp in my SubM then sometime down the road
purchase another SubM HP.
Great idea on paper but in the real world of bills and taxes, hmmm.

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One idea, you might not think it is a good one is to see what you could sell your SubMersive for and get two XS30s.
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I have been following another forum regarding the XS-30. Here is one members comments:

According to my initial REW measurements I've been taking in my HT room (as I try out various room positions) these things are hitting down to 10Hz or so before there is any sign of dB loss... I've tried 6 sub configurations (which you can see in this thread).

Here's an initial measurement for the sub configuration that I'm going to roll with... (subs placed on the 1/4 points of the front wall). Subs in this measurement are not EQ-ed... but overall, this configuration is giving me the best overall response. Each line in the graph represents measurements taking in the left, right, and center seating positions...



So according to my measurements, the subs are bringing the goods, as advertised, and placed in my room they are diggin' deep! Far deeper than we can hear, for sure. Looking forward to applying some EQ and letting them rip!"
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I have been following another forum regarding the XS-30. Here is one members comments:
According to my initial REW measurements I've been taking in my HT room (as I try out various room positions) these things are hitting down to 10Hz or so before there is any sign of dB loss... I've tried 6 sub configurations (which you can see in this thread).
Here's an initial measurement for the sub configuration that I'm going to roll with... (subs placed on the 1/4 points of the front wall). Subs in this measurement are not EQ-ed... but overall, this configuration is giving me the best overall response. Each line in the graph represents measurements taking in the left, right, and center seating positions...

So according to my measurements, the subs are bringing the goods, as advertised, and placed in my room they are diggin' deep! Far deeper than we can hear, for sure. Looking forward to applying some EQ and letting them rip!"[/quote

Good to hear! Graph is to small for my eyes! smile.gif
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Picked up my XV15 from the fedex office store today. Just did a quick test to make sure it worked due to the large hole that was in the box. Looked like a boot put it there. Anyways, it powers on and plays but there is an audible pop when the sub receives a signal and when I turn off my receiver. Like I said it was a quick test, nothing calibrated yet. Suggestions?
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Picked up my XV15 from the fedex office store today. Just did a quick test to make sure it worked due to the large hole that was in the box. Looked like a boot put it there. Anyways, it powers on and plays but there is an audible pop when the sub receives a signal and when I turn off my receiver. Like I said it was a quick test, nothing calibrated yet. Suggestions?

Mine does that. As I was worried to when I first got mine. I had the issue with adjusting phase it would POP and turning it on/off. The pop did scare me of course so shot Tom a email right away. I kept moving it around some as Tom suggested as possible dust could be causing it. The Phase no longer does it. When I flip the switch on/off it still makes a tiny puff sound. Make sure your RCA cable is nice and snug one thing to check cause at first I was using a different cable and it was very loose and we thought that could be causing the problem to . So when I had switched RCA cables it took away the pop a lot as it was really bad with the previous cable. But after exchanging emails with Tom I believe he said it would be something to due with my AVR causing it. As my Velodyne also makes a tiny pop then I turn it off but my dads HSU subs don't make any noise when hooked up to my AVR.
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The rca I tested with is very small and total crap. Stretched it a bit to get to the sub so I'll upgrade the cable and double check the connections. Thanks for the tips. By the way, when the wife first saw it I got an immediate " Are F%$#@!* kidding me!". I love it!!!
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The rca I tested with is very small and total crap. Stretched it a bit to get to the sub so I'll upgrade the cable and double check the connections. Thanks for the tips. By the way, when the wife first saw it I got an immediate " Are F%$#@!* kidding me!". I love it!!!

Haha.. Niiice! Always shoot Tom a email just to see if he has any other suggestions for you as well.
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Picked up my XV15 from the fedex office store today. Just did a quick test to make sure it worked due to the large hole that was in the box. Looked like a boot put it there. Anyways, it powers on and plays but there is an audible pop when the sub receives a signal and when I turn off my receiver. Like I said it was a quick test, nothing calibrated yet. Suggestions?

Just a suggestion. Leave it in the on position, all the time. With sub in the on position (when not
in use) draws very little power. About as much as a 20 watt light bulb. Your electric bill might
go up 50 cents a month.

I had a lot of subs, and always leave them in the "on position". People always seem to have problems
with the auto detect. Either that or you have the gain set up to high, so it makes a pop.

I have two XV-15's in the on position, and have never had a "pop" situation.
Getting a better connection is always a good thing, but may not solve your
problem. JMO.

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When I flip the switch on/off it still makes a tiny puff sound.

Mine does the same thing, not a POP, but just a puff sound, and only if I flip the switch from "Off" to "On" on the back of the sub, not when the AVR (Onkyo818) comes on. I leave mine in the On position all the time.

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