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Congrats on the second 3600 hop! i knew you would cave sooner than later....but now for some stupid reason i feel like my single 3600 is lacking. that little voice in my head is already starting.....thanks a lot man! lol……

i swear, the more i read this thread and watching everyone with PSA-itis, and i feel like soon enough all the regulars are going to have the same setup in their rooms----> dual 3600's with 210's for LCR and 110sr's in the rear and PSA atmos speakers when they get around to it. pretty much, there will be no need for GTG's any more because we will all have the same thing.
Thanks Dig, I just couldn't resist that little voice any longer. You know how it is.

I have to say I knew two V3600s would have incredible output but I had no idea they would be able to dig so deep. Don't be afraid to listen to that little voice.
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All of us must have terrific spouses who tolerate our obsessions and allow to indulge..... I know my wife is (almost) a Saint.
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What is the F3 of the S-1500?


From this chart I guess it is either 25 or 19. Seems like the 25 Hz is -/+0 and above it goes up to +3 and below it to 19 goes to -3, so 19 is the F3 or 25 is?

It's 19 Hz.

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i swear, the more i read this thread and watching everyone with PSA-itis, and i feel like soon enough all the regulars are going to have the same setup in their rooms----> dual 3600's with 210's for LCR and 110sr's in the rear and PSA atmos speakers when they get around to it. pretty much, there will be no need for GTG's any more because we will all have the same thing.
Sooo true. I am trying to find ways to change the house around and maybe even add on to it. The underlying thought in all of this is maybe I will have a room large enough to accommodate 2 V3600 and also be able to add 2 SR110's. Right now, my multipurpose 12x14 room just wont allow this, but a 24x24 2 car garage turned into a family room would.

Damn hop, flat to 12hz if amazing
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All of us must have terrific spouses who tolerate our obsessions and allow to indulge..... I know my wife is (almost) a Saint.
Absolutely. My wife laughs at me and says I wore her down.
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All of us must have terrific spouses who tolerate our obsessions and allow to indulge..... I know my wife is (almost) a Saint.
My g/f knew what she was getting into 9 years ago. I dont drink (anymore), smoke and have few vices. At my age I would rather be home and comfortable than going to a theater, NFL game, etc. The loud live rock shows are still common for us but the ticket prices have made numerous concerts per year cost prohibitive (we still get to several per year, but we use to go to at least 10 per year)

PSA has made setting up the room easy and relatively cost effective.

Oh, and she loves the way it sounds as much as I do !!
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My g/f knew what she was getting into 9 years ago. I dont drink (anymore), smoke and have few vices. At my age I would rather be home and comfortable than going to a theater, NFL game, etc. The loud live rock shows are still common for us but the ticket prices have made numerous concerts per year cost prohibitive (we still get to several per year, but we use to go to at least 10 per year)

PSA has made setting up the room easy and relatively cost effective.

Oh, and she loves the way it sounds as much as I do !!
Good point. I should point out that my wife loves the way the system sounds. And she thinks the PSA 110sr speakers look great as well.

But for some strange reason she didn't think another V3600 was necessary. I know it's crazy but she thought one was enough.
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It took a lot of convincing to my wife that I needed a second sub. She finally "let" me have one as a birthday gift haha

Wel now I have my dedicated theater I do what I want. As long as we don't spend family money
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I'm leaning (strongly) toward getting a s3000i to audition, and if I like I'll get a second. Subs get lonely without a twin, right??
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That's absolutely insane from ported subs in your large room!!!

Best of both worlds!!!
Well..that ULF card Dom created for my room got me thinking. I had measured most of my room and open area but I estimated some of it. Turns out I over estimated (by about 900 cu ft). I measured the entire floor plan and turns out my open area is more like 4625 cu ft instead of 5500 cu ft like I thought.

Still large but not quit as large as I thought. However, it would go to 5500 cu ft if the bathroom door and office door are left open (which they often are). Maybe that's what I had stuck in my head. I don't know.
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I'm leaning (strongly) toward getting a s3000i to audition, and if I like I'll get a second. Subs get lonely without a twin, right??
Yes you are absolutely right! I had to get my 2nd because my first was lonely. It wasn't fair to my sub if I didn't get a 2nd.

That's my story and I 'm sticking to it.
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(F3 of S-1500) It's 19 Hz.
My room is 16 by 13 feet, so I guess my room gain starts around 35Hz, so the S-1500 should get very good extension in my room.



I am now wondering if I should turn down the room size setting (I have it on large, but when I tried small I could not tell a difference.) Per this chart* that PSA gave me, it looks like the deep blue line is around -3 dB at 35Hz, which would match my room cabin gain starting point. Deep blue looks like about the middle for that room size setting.

So at medium, I would match my room gain, and lose the gain I am getting now. What I do not understand (again, I can tell no difference in the settings) is why one would want to do that. Based on the above (my room size, extension I am getting now), what should be the benefit of better matching my room size, by changing the setting to the middle from large? Again, I can tell no difference, so what should I be able to tell as the difference - perhaps song or movie scene that would demonstrate the difference?

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Absolutely. My wife laughs at me and says I wore her down.
LOL! Its funny how we go about trying to explain to our wonderful wife's about why we need more sub- woofage or any gear for that matter ! I just overwhelmed her with a Power point presentation and fluffed data Hope she doesn't do an audit

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Unlike some, my problem isn’t my significant other (she has her home and I have mine — makes for two minor arguments in 25 years). It’s me. It’s always been me. I had no problems buying Magnepan speakers. I wouldn’t trade them for anything I’ve heard. I had no problems buying McIntosh electronics. They have served me for over 37 years, although I did replace the preamp (not that it wasn’t performing … I just wanted a new toy, plus I could sell the old one for more than I paid for it, although I can’t seem to part with it). I didn’t have a problem buying the SB13 or the XS30. I’ve never regretted either of those purchases. Both have provided me what I wanted, and then some. But I seem to be having a major problem replacing the XS30. Once one attains a certain level in audio, it isn’t that easy for me to replace what I have. After all, it’s not like the XS30 has suddenly lost its luster. Oh, the S3000i is indeed a better all around subwoofer, especially for music, but I was running out of time on the trial period and sent it back.

It would be one thing if I couldn’t afford a better sub, but fortunately money isn’t an issue. I’ve thought about the Seaton SubMersive, but can’t justify the cost and am uncertain about the quality and timeliness of service, especially when I know Tom provides the best customer service I’ve been associated with. I’ve also thought about the S3600, but its size isn’t all that conducive to where I want to locate it. I’ve even thought of giving the S3000i another chance. So while I watch and read everyone updating their subwoofers (often with a taint of envy), I sit and debate with myself … and keep losing the battle .

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Quick dual V3600 update. I just ran post Audyssey REW sweeps and I've gained 4 Hz of extension from where I was with a V3600 and XV15se combo. I don't even begin to fall off until 12 Hz now and even then it's not a steep drop until after 10 Hz. So whoever predicted I would be good to 12 Hz (I think it was basshead) was absolutely right.
WOW Hop! 12...Now I really want a second V3600
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It took a lot of convincing to my wife that I needed a second sub. She finally "let" me have one as a birthday gift haha

Wel now I have my dedicated theater I do what I want. As long as we don't spend family money
Paypal and delivery's while she is at work is my best friend
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Finally wife approved for the second V3600i and I'm so excited Monday shipping date.... cheers
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Sweet!!
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I'm leaning (strongly) toward getting a s3000i to audition, and if I like I'll get a second. Subs get lonely without a twin, right??
Try it, I think you will like it. And yeah, in my room one S3000i was probably enough, but I couldn't make myself send one back when I auditioned dual (plus I had a sweet trade in deal on my XS30 if I kept both)

Although not always needed, duals really do place nice together and in all reality, even if I renovate here and end up with a larger room, the 2 S3000i will more than likely be all that is needed.

My twins are up front as speaker stands and give me pretty good FR.

The upper graph are the duals alone and the three bottom are L/C/R with the subs.
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Finally wife approved for the second V3600i and I'm so excited Monday shipping date.... cheers
I guarantee you that you will be happy with the results. Congratulations. I look forward to your pics and impressions.
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Thank hop. Did you use any calibration cause I'm using anti mode 8033s ii you thing will work for dual subwoofer will be both in the front..
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Thank hop. Did you use any calibration cause I'm using anti mode 8033s ii you thing will work for dual subwoofer will be both in the front..
I think I can chime in here. I am using an AntiMode 8033s with my dual XS-15se's. I have the XS-15se's in the front corners of my listening room. Works quite well, IMHO.

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My theater upgrades in order...

New Projector
New Processor
New subs.

Projector arrived Friday, processor in a week and a half, and I've almost decided which subs to audition...

Guess which sub(s)? ;-)
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I definitely feel I want a 4th sub. To really even smooth everything even more so than it already is.

Gonna have to figure out where to put it
This...^is getting insane!lol

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Thanks Dig, I just couldn't resist that little voice any longer. You know how it is.

I have to say I knew two V3600s would have incredible output but I had no idea they would be able to dig so deep. Don't be afraid to listen to that little voice.
I can only imagine what the barrel roll on FotP would sound like on your system!
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I think I can chime in here. I am using an AntiMode 8033s with my dual XS-15se's. I have the XS-15se's in the front corners of my listening room. Works quite well, IMHO.
After talking to Tom and based on what sk373 I think AntiMode 8033 will work well for you. I'm just using Audyssey right now but I will most likely take advantage of the deal PSA is offering for Antimode products and grab one of them in the next month.

Dual V3600 is absolutely incredible. You will be so happy with them.
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I can only imagine what the barrel roll on FotP would sound like on your system!
@lizrussspike …if there is any way you can pull it off, I highly encourage you to grab a 2nd V3600. It's impossible to describe what it's like. But it's something to behold.

Of course those 210's are going to blow you away as well. You are going to be so happy you pulled the trigger on those. I look forward to reading your impressions on them once you get them set up.
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What cable do you folks use to connect your subs to your processors?

I'm running about 30-35 feet....

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My theater upgrades in order...

New Projector
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New subs.

Projector arrived Friday, processor in a week and a half, and I've almost decided which subs to audition...

Guess which sub(s)? ;-)
I'm guessing PSA subs and depending on the size of your room either S3600 or V3600. I'm also thinking there's no need to look elsewhere (IMHO). I'll vouch for the quality of PSA.
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What cable do you folks use to connect your subs to your processors?

I'm running about 30-35 feet....

Thx!
I actually use a company called "cables for less" and I have never had any issues. I'm running both 35 feet and 45 feet.
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