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Thanks but I still don't understand, Alan practically did it for me, all I had to do was put [ before ] after and it was done.........
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Thanks but I still don't understand, Alan practically did it for me, all I had to do was put [ before ] after and it was done.........
[ url= ] [Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide] [/url]
Say the web address is "www.avsforum.com", if you put www.avsforum after =, the first brackets becomes [ url=www.avsforum.com ]

In your signature you will see [Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide], and if I click on it, it will take me to www.avsforum.com.

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[ url= ] [Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide] [/url]
Say the web address is "www.avsforum.com", if you put www.avsforum after =, the first brackets becomes [ url=www.avsforum.com ]

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What is the web address to "Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide?"
If you click on Jerry's guide to Getting Started with REW a step by step guide it takes you here:

Simplified REW Setup and Use (USB Mic & HDMI Connection) Including Measurement Techniques and How To Interpret Graphs
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If you click on Jerry's guide to Getting Started with REW a step by step guide it takes you here:

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If you click on the link, your browser should open a new tab, right?

Now, copy and paste the web address of the new tab to after url= below

[ url= ] [Getting Started with REW: A Step-by-Step Guide] [/url]

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Got my pre-order in for a V1800 with Peter at Deep Hz Audio.

Unfortunately the Aussie dollar isn't doing that well at the moment so it's costing a bit more than I initially thought ($2900-$3000) but I'm sure it'll be worth it

Will need to be patient tho because it's looking like a November delivery. Tom if your reading this - Get Back To Work
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Actually in the brief time I had with a V1500, I preferred the room size dialed down around mid point even in my open living room.
Same here with our office system demos. We're about 30x16x9 foot I'd guess. So you wouldn't think we're getting much/any "room gain" based on those simple mathematical formulas. But, as I have mentioned in the past...those formulas really don't transfer over accurately to the real world..

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Audyssey tends to suffocate the bass, so it's fairly common for most to boost the sub trim by 3-6db's post calibration.
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I keep wondering if you guys every get noise complaints?....
Not anything serious. This is a pretty large industrial park environment with 18 wheelers driving by every few minutes. We've recently moved our compression checks/FR up to 95dB baseline just so we can stay above the "noise floor".

Sometimes things get interesting in office demos. We recently had a V3600i + V1800 + the equivalent of dual T-18s in the room. Switching between everything for some comparisons most of the time. But we'd also powerup all of them for a demo or two. I'm not sure what was more impressive really. Enough headroom to make the drop ceiling "snow" or the dual MTM210s keeping up just fine..

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SO how much more output does the V1800 have over the V1500? what kind of numbers are you seeing for 20hz output?
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SO how much more output does the V1800 have over the V1500? what kind of numbers are you seeing for 20hz output?
If you have a V1500 and a V1800 in the room for listening sessions the two will sound practically identical up until the V1500 approaches its limits. At that point the V1800 will have a bit left in reserve...but the V1800's headroom advantage will be weighted to the mid and upper bass. If anyone has a V1500 and is looking for a big upgrade in deep bass capabilities the V1800 really isn't a good choice. You should be looking at a second V1500 or the V3600i.

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Ok thanks for clarifying. I am good in the bass department anyway. Now thinking about auditioning a pair of MTM-110's. I left you a question in the speaker thread when you get a chance.
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Ok. So last night I was able to "open" the throttle up a bit as the wife was working. So I took out my three bluray reference bass discs.

In a 1300 cube sealed room 2 xs30 and 1 xs30se are OMG! I've never felt pressure in my ears before from bass (I have while watching in this room but not to the extent of last night since I never watch at the levels I did last night).

Pulse was like my head was going to pop off
WotW is the bass king by far
TIH every footstep was a punch in the a$$ and chest
And the most fun impressive one I will use for demo hands down (even though not super low content) is darla tap scene from nemo Felt like the walls I spent 2 months building were going to fall down

Now I know there are tons of new subs coming out with 18" drivers. And yes I want some in my room badly. But it cannot in no way be better than I have currently. I am -2db at 8hz and -5db at 6hz. So the extension and output is there. There was no struggle from any of the three subs.

I know this may seem superfluous but I wanted to point out that just r cause the newest greatest is coming out doesn't all of a sudden make your current setup lacking or bad all of a sudden.

(This was all after finishing Harry Potter deathly hallows prt 2. Which the sound is phenomenal and the ending music have me chills. That's when you KNOW things are sounding good)

I will continue to watch all of you with envy and joy, but I am holding firm that my room is the best it ever has been and the best it may ever will be. And the bet part is I don't have to pony up any more money.

It's a good time to be in the HT hobby
Brian, I know you posted this days ago but I just got back from camping so I'm reading through to see what's been going on while I was gone.

The way I see it is you don't need any of these new fangled 18" subs because you put your money into a nice new theater that allows your six 15" drivers to shine.

You already have all the output and extension a person could want so if you went with the 18" subs you would be throwing money down the drain (IMO) because I doubt you would gain any noticeable benefit (unless you played your movies at levels so uncomfortable that it would ruin the experience).

So you don't need to watch with envy. In fact, those of us buying the 18 inchers are just trying to catch up to you.

My new motto: A person can either spend money on a smaller room or a bigger sub. No need to do both.
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^^^ Holy Smokes!!

That's a lot of V3600's getting ready to go out the door. Looks like that sub was far more popular than originally predicted.

Nice work Tom and Jim.
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Brian, I know you posted this days ago but I just got back from camping so I'm reading through to see what's been going on while I was gone.

The way I see it is you don't need any of these new fangled 18" subs because you put your money into a nice new theater that allows your six 15" drivers to shine.

You already have all the output and extension a person could want so if you went with the 18" subs you would be throwing money down the drain (IMO) because I doubt you would gain any noticeable benefit (unless you played your movies at levels so uncomfortable that it would ruin the experience).

So you don't need to watch with envy. In fact, those of us buying the 18 inchers are just trying to catch up to you.

My new motto: A person can either spend money on a smaller room or a bigger sub. No need to do both.
Thanks hop. I know what our saying. But getting the latest greatest is a ton of fun

But I'll just keep on plugging along with my awesome setup thanks again. Good place to be around these parts
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Hey @Hop , glad to see you made it back from your camping trip, welcome back. I tried camping once, I didn't like the room service at the Holiday Inn...........

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Hey @Hop , glad to see you made it back from your camping trip, welcome back. I tried camping once, I didn't like the room service at the Holiday Inn...........

Cheers Jeffrey
LOL...Thanks Jeff, it was great to get away and relax. But it's good to be back as well. I'm glad to see PSA didn't come out with something new while I was away.
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LOL...Thanks Jeff, it was great to get away and relax. But it's good to be back as well. I'm glad to see PSA didn't come out with something new while I was away.
You're welcome my friend, we still have the weekend to go yet so who knows what PSA might come up with.........

I have to comment on the stainless steel mugs that are featured on the PSA site, they are really nice for hot or cold beverages, I have three of them, I estimate I paid about $2000 apiece for mine......

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V3600!

Well my friends, I was able to pick up my newest PSA sub in my family!
I think I really underestimated this monster. Thanks Tom for helping and set up, as well as Hop with some good insight. I first put in the POD scene from WOTW! CRAP...I was overtaken my how much rumble there is. Hop is right, need to get some seat belts for my couch. I then put on Tron. Awesome, and I just kept watching. The wife and girls came home, and the younger two girls were jumping up and down with excitement, and my wife said" I don't like the way it feels". She was standing right next to the sub on the stairs. I then went upstairs into the kitchen to hear some of the dishes rattle in the cabinets. I have not done any set up with XT32 or REW, but maybe later this weekend. Got done with Tron, and threw in Matrix Revolutions....I wanted to stay up al night, but I did turn the gain down as it was 11:30 p.m. Excited to do more Demos, as the girls want to watch The Incredibles tonight. No looking back on this one, as this sub is here to stay. I do need to dial in the XV15SEs, because I could not even tell if they were there. I saw the green lights on them, so knew they were getting a signal. I have the XVs stacked about 15 ft away from the V3600, all hooked up thru the mini DSP. Look forward to getting everything dialed in. I do not have any specs to provide yet, but just the "amazed" feeling that this sub brings! PSA has been nothing short of spectacular in their service and customer support, which will keep me buying from PSA for a long time. Next I will need to budget for some of their speakers. For those of you that have one of these V3660I coming, I will quote Tom..."Prepare to be amazed"
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^ That's awesome that you got to play around with that beast last night. I know what you mean about wanting to stay up all night just experiencing all that it can do.

It's output is hard to describe isn't it?
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^ That's awesome that you got to play around with that beast last night. I know what you mean about wanting to stay up all night just experiencing all that it can do.

It's output is hard to describe isn't it?
Right Hop! It is hard to describe. I just experience what some of what Brian F was talking about. I was watching the Olympus has Fallen Monument scene, and my eardrums flexed with the pressure the V3600 was filling the room with. Just incredible. Trying to figure out what to watch tonight! Really need time to run XT32 tomorrow and let the receiver do some work. Thanks to Tom and PSA for another outstanding product that is now my fifth child!
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Well my friends, I was able to pick up my newest PSA sub in my family!
I think I really underestimated this monster. Thanks Tom for helping and set up, as well as Hop with some good insight. I first put in the POD scene from WOTW! CRAP...I was overtaken my how much rumble there is. Hop is right, need to get some seat belts for my couch. I then put on Tron. Awesome, and I just kept watching. The wife and girls came home, and the younger two girls were jumping up and down with excitement, and my wife said" I don't like the way it feels". She was standing right next to the sub on the stairs. I then went upstairs into the kitchen to hear some of the dishes rattle in the cabinets. I have not done any set up with XT32 or REW, but maybe later this weekend. Got done with Tron, and threw in Matrix Revolutions....I wanted to stay up al night, but I did turn the gain down as it was 11:30 p.m. Excited to do more Demos, as the girls want to watch The Incredibles tonight. No looking back on this one, as this sub is here to stay. I do need to dial in the XV15SEs, because I could not even tell if they were there. I saw the green lights on them, so knew they were getting a signal. I have the XVs stacked about 15 ft away from the V3600, all hooked up thru the mini DSP. Look forward to getting everything dialed in. I do not have any specs to provide yet, but just the "amazed" feeling that this sub brings! PSA has been nothing short of spectacular in their service and customer support, which will keep me buying from PSA for a long time. Next I will need to budget for some of their speakers. For those of you that have one of these V3660I coming, I will quote Tom..."Prepare to be amazed"

Lol.. that's awesome. Wonder if there were any earthquake reportings? lol
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Lol.. that's awesome. Wonder if there were any earthquake reportings? lol
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I am on the Iowa side, as I reside in Parkview. Anytime you come back this way and want to go for a ride, let me know.
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Well my friends, I was able to pick up my newest PSA sub in my family!
I think I really underestimated this monster. Thanks Tom for helping and set up, as well as Hop with some good insight. I first put in the POD scene from WOTW! CRAP...I was overtaken my how much rumble there is. Hop is right, need to get some seat belts for my couch. I then put on Tron. Awesome, and I just kept watching. The wife and girls came home, and the younger two girls were jumping up and down with excitement, and my wife said" I don't like the way it feels". She was standing right next to the sub on the stairs. I then went upstairs into the kitchen to hear some of the dishes rattle in the cabinets. I have not done any set up with XT32 or REW, but maybe later this weekend. Got done with Tron, and threw in Matrix Revolutions....I wanted to stay up al night, but I did turn the gain down as it was 11:30 p.m. Excited to do more Demos, as the girls want to watch The Incredibles tonight. No looking back on this one, as this sub is here to stay. I do need to dial in the XV15SEs, because I could not even tell if they were there. I saw the green lights on them, so knew they were getting a signal. I have the XVs stacked about 15 ft away from the V3600, all hooked up thru the mini DSP. Look forward to getting everything dialed in. I do not have any specs to provide yet, but just the "amazed" feeling that this sub brings! PSA has been nothing short of spectacular in their service and customer support, which will keep me buying from PSA for a long time. Next I will need to budget for some of their speakers. For those of you that have one of these V3660I coming, I will quote Tom..."Prepare to be amazed"
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Do you mind if I copy/paste this to our testimonial page and facebook?

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@tom_v odhanel , since you guys seem to coming out with a new model every other month, could an S3600i be next?
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