Originally Posted by bear123
Alan, be the first to roll quad V3600.
My T-18s aren't going anywhere! If the S3000 (coming on Wednesday) doesn't provide enough "filler" for me, the next step is another S3000...if that's not enough, dual S3600s....I can't see me adding any more T-18s or trying to sell them for quad V3600s. This is just my living room after all.
Originally Posted by dsrussell
Man, it’s difficult to even mentioned what I received with all the huge multiple subs being purchased. Tom must be breaking records. Congratulations to all! Since Tuesday, I’ve been the proud owner of a PSA T-Shirt. Damn thing was very expensive, but Tom, being the great guy he is, slipped an S3000i into the box to soothe the pain
. One T-Shirt is all I need, thank you….
I have yet to get a t-shirt <sniff>...maybe on Wednesday.
Originally Posted by ahblaza
13, but who's counting..............
You're a close second and it looks like you may catch me.
Originally Posted by Brian Fineberg
I'm only at 5 :/
As of this Wednesday, I'll be at 7...but if you count drivers
Originally Posted by checker9
For those with Audyssey receivers, do you use DynaEQ with music when listening at moderate to low levels?
I got a V1500 last week. With DynaEQ, no bass level boost, and music at moderate, low levels (-35 to -40 with five channels), the bass notes overpower the music with thud, thud, thud, etc. With DynaEQ turned off and bass level boosted 2 to 3 dB, it sounds better with the bass not standing as it does with DynaEQ turned on.
Originally Posted by basshead81
You answered your own question...leave dynamic eq off. all it does is boost the low end which will overly exaggerate the bass response...especially if you are already running the sub hot.
Dynamic EQ and Ypao Volume have their place do not get me wrong. They seem to work best for compressed audio formats where the bass is neutered. Blur Rays or Lossless music formats, I would leave all the extra dsp enhancements turned off for the most accurate sound quality.
Originally Posted by D Bone
Yes, I ended up turning of off for all inputs, all of the time. When you first turn it off (especially after being used to it on for a long time) it will sound thin, but if you give it a fair chance, you'll realize that the clarity and detail is far superior, as is the accuracy of the sound.
DEQ is like a loud, wild, crazy, hot girl - fun for a night or two, but it gets really old, really fast.
I love DynEQ! Believe me, I've tried with it off...bumped the sub trim substantially & cranked the Bass tone control...and I just don't like it. I think this may be a small vs. large room thing. It seems to me that most folks who prefer DynEQ off have small(er) rooms...the lack of DynEQ being compensated for by room gain.
That being said...once I get the new, third sub integrated I'm probably gonna give it another go as I like to exhaust all scenarios when I make any change to the system.