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You sent the XV15se back after only 4 days of demo? Now I see in another thread you are contemplating a EX-1 or VTF-3 in place of the XV? What was wrong with the PSA sub? If I recall correctly you were posting here about setup issues but never responded to half of the PSA members advice they offered. Then you said Tom could not help you and that was the last I heard anything.
Yeah, Tom was great in working with me on the calibration process, but ultimately I couldn't get it dialed in to my liking. No knock on the sub itself, probably had factors like my crummy room, receiver and such playing a part in the problem. Most of the advice mentioned later in the PSA thread I had already covered, so no need rehashing that stuff when I had Tom to work with. I was considering another Outlaw sub, the EX, primarily because I already have the LFM-1 Plus and like it.
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Ok cool!! Thanks for clarifying. The outlaws appear to be solid subs from what I have heard so hopefully they will serve you well.
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Yeah, Tom was great in working with me on the calibration process, but ultimately I couldn't get it dialed in to my liking. No knock on the sub itself, probably had factors like my crummy room, receiver and such playing a part in the problem. Most of the advice mentioned later in the PSA thread I had already covered, so no need rehashing that stuff when I had Tom to work with. I was considering another Outlaw sub, the EX, primarily because I already have the LFM-1 Plus and like it.
Yup...I would wait and get another LFM-1 or EX. Its easier to augment 2 subs that closely resemble each other. I doubt the LV12R will benefit you since you were unable to get the XV15 to work in your current layout.
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PS: Tom posted on HTS to check the site in the nest week or so for some exiting new news can't wait.
Cheers Jeff
Been waiting patiently but nobody has said anything and I see no updates... Hurry up Tom, I'm dying over here.
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We don't do waiting lists as outlet center items tend to be very sporadic...even with our "free shipping" both ways promotion. It really ends up being "the luck of timing". In chat/email or phone call if someone asks about the availability of a B-stock I can let them know we have one(or more) being examined to ensure 100% performance and to check for any visible blemishes. At that time they often choose to purchase the b-stock unit before we even have a chance to put it up on the website.

Who knows, we may see Jeff's XS30se subs popping up in the outlet center in the future too..

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Thanks Tom for the vote of confidence, I'm contemplating the third and will let Jim know soon, then you will have three popping up in the outlet centerHa Ha.....The only way they are coming back is if I decide to go with dual Triaxs Then I will be living by myself as I told the misses that's it maybe for subs (except a 3rd XS30SE), she just shook her head. She already knows I'm getting the new speakers when they're ready so I can just slip dual Triaxs in with them, I'll just say it's part of the speaker package. I've already gone through 8 rolls of packing tape
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Thanks Tom for the vote of confidence, I'm contemplating the third and will let Jim know soon, then you will have three popping up in the outlet centerHa Ha.....The only way they are coming back is if I decide to go with dual Triaxs Then I will be living by myself as I told the misses that's it maybe for subs (except a 3rd XS30SE), she just shook her head. She already knows I'm getting the new speakers when they're ready so I can just slip dual Triaxs in with them, I'll just say it's part of the speaker package. I've already gone through 8 rolls of packing tape
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Hey guys, is it all right to use my desktop with REW as it is in the same room as all my stuff. It's about 10-12' from the MLP. Can I just use longer HDMI cables and longer whatever I need. I go to HTS and I don't even know what to download, there's so much different things on there I don't know what to do first, this version that version, this plug in and that oneI can only imagine how hard it will be if and when I do get it up and running. I do have a laptop with HDMI input as well but I will have to pry it out of my wife's hands. I am determined to do this, one way or another, I think with your guys help and Tom and Jim I can achieve this.
Nothing yet from Robert (BlackMam), a bit worried, well more than a bit, he usually gets right back to me after I PM him
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Ray, it's quite the opposite, he's a young kid and no more than 170 pounds and picked the four XV15s up like they were empty. I used to take them to the shipping store until I found out they do pick ups. Getting them up the stairs is the hard part though, you know what I mean Triax boxes do not fit down my stair well, they must be boxless to get them down and maybe driverless I'm going to do my best with the XS30SEs and maybe the third (I will know by Monday) if I'm getting it, so that will bring the total to 13, if the XS30SEs go back I will post here first so any body on the fence will have the chance to snatch them up, like the 4 XV15SEs
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Hey guys, is it all right to use my desktop with REW as it is in the same room as all my stuff. It's about 10-12' from the MLP. Can I just use longer HDMI cables and longer whatever I need. I go to HTS and I don't even know what to download, there's so much different things on there I don't know what to do first, this version that version, this plug in and that oneI can only imagine how hard it will be if and when I do get it up and running. I do have a laptop with HDMI input as well but I will have to pry it out of my wife's hands. I am determined to do this, one way or another, I think with your guys help and Tom and Jim I can achieve this.
Nothing yet from Robert (BlackMam), a bit worried, well more than a bit, he usually gets right back to me after I PM him
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Ray, it's quite the opposite, he's a young kid and no more than 170 pounds and picked the four XV15s up like they were empty. I used to take them to the shipping store until I found out they do pick ups. Getting them up the stairs is the hard part though, you know what I mean Triax boxes do not fit down my stair well, they must be boxless to get them down and maybe driverless I'm going to do my best with the XS30SEs and maybe the third (I will know by Monday) if I'm getting it, so that will bring the total to 13, if the XS30SEs go back I will post here first so any body on the fence will have the chance to snatch them up, like the 4 XV15SEs
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Thanks Alan, I guess I better start reading and get caught up as this thread is from 2013
Better yet - go the last pages in the thread and find any post from Austin Jerry and follow the link in his signature for his set up guide. Take some time to read the guide and then feel free to ask questions in the simplified REW thread - you'll find lots of experience & support and with REW you'll finally be able to see how your subs & speakers interact with your room and begin to make the appropriate adjustments to maximize performance.
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Better yet - go the last pages in the thread and find any post from Austin Jerry and follow the link in his signature for his set up guide. Take some time to read the guide and then feel free to ask questions in the simplified REW thread - you'll find lots of experience & support and with REW you'll finally be able to see how your subs & speakers interact with your room and begin to make the appropriate adjustments to maximize performance.
Thanks my friend, I saw his name and the link in his sig, I will go there and try to get a grasp on things, thanks again.
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Just wanted to let all know that I sent my four XV15SEs back Monday morning and Jim said they were all sold by Tuesday evening, somebody got a really good deal on my subs as they were practically out of box, seriously. The XV15SEs must be selling like hot cakes. So far so good with the XS30SEs, still working to get the ideal sound.
Just a quick question, anybody have good results with gain matching their subs by placing in the middle of room away from all boundaries and mic (SPL) 2-3" from center of driver and repeating with the rest of your subs in the exact same position as the first one measured? I've been reading a lot of good results with this method or is level matching the preferred method. TIA
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I plan on trying to gain match my XS30se with my 15" JBL sub. While reading through some of the "Two subs...Gain matching vs Level matching" AVS thread. Some suggest placing the mic between the two drivers (the side of the sub if it has dual opposing drivers). It seems you did yours facing the driver. Did you get better results this way? Just curious thanks! Also on a side note I have yet to find a scene better for showing off the Xs30se than the grenade scene in World War Z. It's shock wave heaven. My JBL adds some amount to this scene also, too bad it can become boomy in some movies.

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Hi all,

Just a quick heads up. While the new "chat" feature works fine 99% of the time I have been having one problem. When I turn it off(select "don't accept new chats") for the night, at times it will turn itself back on before I get back to work in the morning. I'm going to start closing the program completely before leaving in hopes this works. Anyway, some mornings (like today) it shows I missed 6-12(or more) sessions. I apologize to anyone who may have been waiting for a reply from me in these instances. Generally, I'm available for chat from about 9:30am to about 8:30pm...7 days a week.

For anyone I missed, please feel free to stop back in today. Chat is actually my favorite part of the day..

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I plan on trying to gain match my XS30se with my 15" JBL sub. While reading through some of the "Two subs...Gain matching vs Level matching" AVS thread. Some suggest placing the mic between the two drivers (the side of the sub if it has dual opposing drivers). It seems you did yours facing the driver. Did you get better results this way? Just curious thanks! Also on a side note I have yet to find a scene better for showing off the Xs30se than the grenade scene in World War Z. It's shock wave heaven. My JBL adds some amount to this scene also, too bad it can become boomy in some movies.
I've had real good results measuring one driver at about 88dB, then placed back into position I usually get the target dB out of 72-78dB, works for me. If you don't get the results of 72-78dB, raise or lower the gain on sub until you do. Then of course run Audyssey or what ever you have. Thanks for the heads up with the World War Z scene (grenade), have to get it just for that.
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Hi all,

Just a quick heads up. While the new "chat" feature works fine 99% of the time I have been having one problem. When I turn it off(select "don't accept new chats") for the night, at times it will turn itself back on before I get back to work in the morning. I'm going to start closing the program completely before leaving in hopes this works. Anyway, some mornings (like today) it shows I missed 6-12(or more) sessions. I apologize to anyone who may have been waiting for a reply from me in these instances. Generally, I'm available for chat from about 9:30am to about 8:30pm...7 days a week.

For anyone I missed, please feel free to stop back in today. Chat is actually my favorite part of the day..

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Yeah Tom I'm really upset as I was trying to chat at least ten times myself, I'm kidding, I was just trying to return something
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I'm really starting to be concerned as I still haven't heard from BlackMam, anybody know anything?
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I'm really starting to be concerned as I still haven't heard from BlackMam, anybody know anything?
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IIRC he worked LONG hours with very unusual scheduling. I bet everything is fine..

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He has mentioned that he works some crazy hours and I hope that is the case, I will let everyone know when I finally hear from him.
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I've had real good results measuring one driver at about 88dB, then placed back into position I usually get the target dB out of 72-78dB, works for me. If you don't get the results of 72-78dB, raise or lower the gain on sub until you do. Then of course run Audyssey or what ever you have. Thanks for the heads up with the World War Z scene (grenade), have to get it just for that.
Cheers Jeff
Thanks for the tip hope to get to it soon. The scene in World War Z is around the 1 hour 5 minute mark and it is the second grenade going off with a shock wave effect. Great demo material.
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Thanks for the tip hope to get to it soon. The scene in World War Z is around the 1 hour 5 minute mark and it is the second grenade going off with a shock wave effect. Great demo material.
You're welcome and thank you my friend.
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And just shortly after that grenade explosion, the helicopter going down and exploding is pretty darn cool to "feel", as well.
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Thanks for the tip hope to get to it soon. The scene in World War Z is around the 1 hour 5 minute mark and it is the second grenade going off with a shock wave effect. Great demo material.

The World War Z grenade is the craziest sweep I've heard yet in a movie. It's well worth experiencing for anyone that has a good sub system out there.
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well I managed to scratch the $ together to order the SE upgrade for my single XV15, maybe next year I can swing duals!
(it hasn't been easy this year with the Mrs. on disability and no longer working)
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well I managed to scratch the $ together to order the SE upgrade for my single XV15, maybe next year I can swing duals!
(it hasn't been easy this year with the Mrs. on disability and no longer working)

Glad to hear HB, I wish you and your misses all the best, I understand disability, have been on it for several years myself, the only way I've been able to do what I do is because of my Father who is a generous elderly man, I take care of him now that he is 85 years old and took care of my Mother as well for two years with Alzheimer's disease. I don't know if this is allowed but God Bless you and the misses, you are in my prayers. Enjoy my friend...........
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Thanks for the tip hope to get to it soon. The scene in World War Z is around the 1 hour 5 minute mark and it is the second grenade going off with a shock wave effect. Great demo material.


its is a great sound scene...
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