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It probably has more to do with the driver being set deeper in the box with the 18's imo


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Yeah I can see the difference now, but have to say I think I like it flush also, although it really does not matter they both look great in my eyes


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did you read my last post? the picture is of my XV15 base plate sub with the base removed. the driver is not flush on this model because it is downfiring and you do not see the driver anyway. Again, on the 3000i, XS30se, S1500, and V1500, the driver is flush with the trim ring.

Here are pics from the website clearly showing the V1500 and V1800 are both flush mounted.

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Hi all,


Heads-up.

We only have 17-18 business days until Christmas. If anyone wants a wood veneer option delivered before 12-25 please don't wait too long to order. We are keeping some in stock(The Black Ash S3000i for example) but many are still built to order with a 7-10 day lead time.

All of the standard finish option have good stock and orders are still shipping within one business day.

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As to the "trim ring" thing......pretty is as pretty does, so mine is beautiful to me. Happy Thanksgiving weekend everyone!
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As to the "trim ring" thing......pretty is as pretty does, so mine is beautiful to me. Happy Thanksgiving weekend everyone!
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Yeah, we always appreciate user feedback like this but no one should hold their breath waiting for this to be updated. First, I really like it as-is. Sort of a Road Warrior-ish something to it imo.. Second I don't even want to count the engineering hours that would be involved for this change to look right---we'd need to re-cad 5 or 6 different enclosures. That would be a $6000(ish) bill from the cabinet vendor right from the start. Third, we'd be looking at a cost increase around $5000 annually. Just not going to happen.

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Yeah, we always appreciate user feedback like this but no one should hold their breath waiting for this to be updated. First, I really like it as-is. Sort of a Road Warrior-ish something to it imo.. Second I don't even want to count the engineering hours that would be involved for this to look right. Third, we'd be looking at a cost increase around $5000 annually. Just not going to happen.



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I think it looks sharp, but with a 2 year running around, the grill doesn't come off to much


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Yeah, I leave my grill on also. But I really like the finish on the PSA. All my HT stuff is black so the functional look works great and the texture doesn't show fingerprints. Sound and performance are my highest priorities under any circumstance.
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Do they even make a rubber gasket in an 18 inch?
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Basshead.....All I saw in that picture was one of my favorite Rush albums of all time I do not have the remastered CD though.
Hey Gov that's my original photo of a V1800 tear down, get the remastered copy of Rush (Moving Pictures) done by Mercury Records, I picked up a vinyl remaster as well, good stuff indeed...................
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Happy Thanksgiving!

Congrats on your new subs...I'll be joining you shortly with dual V1800's as well...looking forward to your impressions once set up. Looks like an Onkyo AVR...which model?

BTW: My son is not far from you in Allendale...and if you're ever in the Detroit area, let me know.

Hi,

I currently run the Onky TX-NR929 as my main AVR, serves me very well except the zone-2 performance with regards to the input sources.

Other than that I mainly use my Apple-TV to stream Netflix and the PS3 to watch BR, no TV in this household anymore - and happily so!

Detroit is regularly on my agenda, what can I expect to experience for my visit ;-)

Happy Thanksgiving rest-of-the-weekend,

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Just got my second S1500 this weekend. Got it hooked up and EQ'd via Audyssey yesterday, which has me sitting at a -10.5 trim for both of them. Guess I'll be boosting that when I get a chance to demo some material. This'll be my first go at duals...
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^^^

Put on your Iron Man suit and crank 'em up!
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forget audyssey and just have jarvis fully integrate them into your room. i'm sure he can design and algorithm that will blend them perfectly!
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Just got my second S1500 this weekend. Got it hooked up and EQ'd via Audyssey yesterday, which has me sitting at a -10.5 trim for both of them. Guess I'll be boosting that when I get a chance to demo some material. This'll be my first go at duals...
Definitely keep us updated. One of the most common questions I get in chat/phone/email is what type of benefit should be expected when adding a second sub. Of course this can vary quite a bit depending on individual circumstances but I bet plenty of lurkers are following along waiting on your updates. Thanks!

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@Alan P , do you run your system with dyneq off with subs extra hot or on with less hot now? What is your take on this matter? Thanks.
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@Alan P , do you run your system with dyneq off with subs extra hot or on with less hot now? What is your take on this matter? Thanks.
I am currently running with DynEQ off and the subs 14db hot (to mimic the boost DynEQ would apply at -15MV, my normal movie volume). I've been running this way for about a week and I really like the sound without DynEQ...and I used to be a hardcore DynEQ fan.


You can see some of my observations here:

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And you can see some measurements I took here:

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Me too! Thanks for reporting back and the links
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I am currently running with DynEQ off and the subs 14db hot (to mimic the boost DynEQ would apply at -15MV, my normal movie volume). I've been running this way for about a week and I really like the sound without DynEQ...and I used to be a hardcore DynEQ fan.


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Me too! Thanks for reporting back and the links
You can throw me into this category as well. I don't think I posted about it but when you guys were discussing this topic a week or two ago I was following along and decided to turn off the DynEq and found that I liked it a lot better. I especially like the way turning off DynEq brought the surrounds into better balance with the rest of the system.

So I owe you a thanks tvuong and you too Alan.
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^^ You are welcome, Hop. So how much hotter on your subs now than with dyneq on? I think I am at 6db hot with dyneq off with a +8db LS centered at 65hz. I was at 3db hot with +5db LS with Dyneq on.
@Alan P , reading your thoughts and seeing graphs in the Aud thread is exactly what I found when I was experimenting this. Thanks for sharing. Have you tried Aud flat instead of ref?

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Have you tried Aud flat instead of ref?
Does it emphasize upper range?
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I found Audyssey flat a little harsh on the ears at louder volumes.

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^^ You are welcome, Hop. So how much hotter on your subs now than with dyneq on? I think I am at 6db hot with dyneq off with a +8db LS centered at 65hz. I was at 3db hot with +5db LS with Dyneq on.
@Alan P , reading your thoughts and seeing graphs in the Aud thread is exactly what I found when I was experimenting this. Thanks for sharing. Have you tried Aud flat instead of ref?
I am currently running FLAT and I like it with movies and music. TV needs the Audyssey curve though.
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I have not noticed that with my speakers even at -5MV or reference.

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I am currently running FLAT and I like it with movies and music. TV needs the Audyssey curve though.
I don't watch tv in my theater room. I prefer flat especially with dyneq off.
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I think right now I'm running my subs about 8 dB hot where as with DynEq enabled I was around 3 to 5 dB hot.

I find that I like Audyssey Flat more for music but that doesn't always hold true, for some music (like Rush) I like Audyssey's curve engaged.

I've never tried Audyssey Flat for movies…looks like I need to try that out soon.

I use the Audyssey curve for TV (just like you Alan).

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I currently run the Onky TX-NR929 as my main AVR, serves me very well except the zone-2 performance with regards to the input sources.
I've had Denon products in past years but recently have grown to prefer Onkyo's clean, dynamic, powerful, and punchy sound...presumably due to their beefier high current power supplies and amps. I've never experienced a failure despite the HDMI and other past issues that Onkyo has acknowledged. In fact, I will soon be upgrading to a 1030 or 3030 even though they are 2014 models and lack 2015 features.

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Detroit is regularly on my agenda, what can I expect to experience for my visit ;-)
As I will be upgrading from dual PB-2000's to dual V1800's soon, I'm primarily interested in your impressions moving from Hsu to the PSA's. Beyond that, I'm invested in Atmos now and would be glad to give you a demo if you're interested.

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As I will be upgrading from dual PB-2000's to dual V1800's soon, I'm primarily interested in your impressions moving from Hsu to the PSA's. Beyond that, I'm invested in Atmos now and would be glad to give you a demo if you're interested.
Hi Gene, just a heads-up. We've been out of stock on the V1800s for a few days but the next cabinet shipment is due to arrive today. So, hopefully, we should be good for the next 2-4 weeks. Also, remember, you have the 30 day trial with free shipping both ways so you can audition the V1800s in your own room entirely risk free! Pop into chat anytime for daily updates..

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