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Very much looking forward to playing with the new s3600i come Wednesday!

In the meantime, I can always go down into my main HT in the basement and get my bass fix.





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Just placed an order for a s3600i. Just a single one for now, lol.

It will be replacing a 15 year old Klipsch KSW 15. Do you guys think I'll notice a difference?
If you are blind and deaf, probably not. Actually, you probably still would. So yeah.
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I am getting around to doing audio calibration on my new S1500. Need some help in understanding what needs to be adjusted.

MCACC on a Pioneer 1124.

Reports SW is 22 feet away when its about 10. Yes I know, that's not really a problem given the how the measurement is made, it is adjusting it after all, etc.

In terms of the SW amp adjustments I also understand the Room Size and Delay impact this measurement.

But which way?

Bigger room size make distance shorter? Delay?

I don't know which options on the amp would bring the distance measurement closer to actual distance.

What do I check on the PSA S1500 to dial that distance in?

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I am getting around to doing audio calibration on my new S1500. Need some help in understanding what needs to be adjusted.

MCACC on a Pioneer 1124.

Reports SW is 22 feet away when its about 10. Yes I know, that's not really a problem given the how the measurement is made, it is adjusting it after all, etc.

In terms of the SW amp adjustments I also understand the Room Size and Delay impact this measurement.

But which way?

Bigger room size make distance shorter? Delay?

I don't know which options on the amp would bring the distance measurement closer to actual distance.

What do I check on the PSA S1500 to dial that distance in?
I would leave the distance as is unless you have a null at the MLP. The DSP in the sub amp causes delay which is interpreted by the AVR calibration as distance. It is normal.
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"It is normal."

I'm okay with that. I'm just trying to understand what the settings on the SW do and how they impact things like the distance setting.

The dynamics between the receiver's auto calibration stuff and having settings on the amp are still unclear to me. Seemed like this was a good real world measurement that allows me to understand the impact of those settings.

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AVR distance setting is just another term for delay. The calibration adjusts this setting accordingly so the speakers and sub deliver there intended frequency range being played back on time to the LP.

ICE amp Room size control adjusts the amount of attenuation or roll off to the frequency response below 30hz. Large means no attenuation, small means full attenuation up to -12db.

ICE amp time delay is the same thing as the subwoofer distance control in the AVR. However if you have multiple subs, this feature could be beneficial in getting your subs in phase with each other at all frequencies.

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Thanks but that's not exactly what I'm asking.

So if I turn which setting on the SW and which way will I see the distance in the AVR get shorter? Get longer?

And if I set the room size to anything, I run MCACC, does MCACC reset it anyway?

So when using MCACC, YPAO, Audessey, jsut set room size to large and let the AVR do its thing?

I'm not asking about the individual settings on the SW.

I'm asking about the dynamic interplay between those settings and what MCACC is doing.

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Thanks but that's not exactly what I'm asking.

So if I turn which setting on the SW and which way will I see the distance in the AVR get shorter? Get longer?

And if I set the room size to anything, I run MCACC, does MCACC reset it anyway?

So when using MCACC, YPAO, Audessey, jsut set room size to large and let the AVR do its thing?

I'm not asking about the individual settings on the SW.

I'm asking about the dynamic interplay between those settings and what MCACC is doing.
The more delay (clockwise on the delay knob) the further the distance in the AVR cal.

The less delay (counter-clockwise) the closer the distance in the AVR cal.

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Thanks. Now I need to see how the things MCACC reports like Reverb, S Wave, etc., equate to what's on the sub woofer. Should would be nice if terms for like things used the same term across the board.

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Thanks but that's not exactly what I'm asking.

So if I turn which setting on the SW and which way will I see the distance in the AVR get shorter? Get longer?

And if I set the room size to anything, I run MCACC, does MCACC reset it anyway?

So when using MCACC, YPAO, Audessey, jsut set room size to large and let the AVR do its thing?

I'm not asking about the individual settings on the SW.

I'm asking about the dynamic interplay between those settings and what MCACC is doing.
What climber said...and you want to run calibration with the room control set to large. Then you can adjust it post calibration if you feel the need.

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Thanks basshead. I did precisely that. Set the room setting to Large and than reran MCACC. Running the full blown MCACC for the reverb, pro eq, etc., takes some time. My wife was patient as I messed with some things knowing Live Free or Die Hard and Aliens was on deck to test the bass.

Real world in my home means the subwoofer is not ideally located nor is my home theater setup in the most bass friendly room. It is what it is. I'm not able to hang bass traps, rearrange furniture, etc., just for subwoofer response.

Trying to understand the options on the SW, what I see in MCACC, dialing adjustments in, is not as easy as it seems, at least to me, with the way terms are named, the variables that MCACC tossing in, etc.

There's also the missing piece regarding "when you hear this...you need to change that this way..." information.

I am trying to read through the thread on using MCACC step by step. Which is great information. So far I haven't come across what I'm looking for.

"That grenade explosion was a bit subdued. You need to change MCACC to the Time Projection of 80ms and set the room size to medium on the SW and re-run MCACC...." kind of direction.

There is an endless amount of information about one piece of the picture. There, at least in my humble opinion, is almost no information that addresses the dynamic interplay, or variables, of these automatic calibration algorithms and SW settings with DSP stuff being built in.

The good news is alien blowing up grenades, Ripley's "Get away from her bitch" scene and Sgt. McClane's semi-truck getting blown to bits by a F35 sounded amazing. With our SVS PB12-SVS it sounded good. With the S1500 our couch vibrated. Was really enjoyable.

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I know it's discontinued, but there's a pair locally for sale.

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I know it's discontinued, but there's a pair locally for sale.
I think it's very similar to the 15S. If they are around $800 or less for each I would seriously consider them. What's the asking price?

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I think it's very similar to the 15S. If they are around $800 or less for each I would seriously consider them. What's the asking price?
The XS15se was priced at $799 new.

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Just bought two v3600i's from Tom....we chatted for about 20 mins...my final questions answered...and the rest is history, lol. Hopefully I receive them in the middle of the week...will be setting up the rest of my new theater space before that and then when heckyll and jeckyll arrive...I should be ready to rock...I haven't watched a movie in my theater room for over two months since I moved to the new place. Can't wait....whata weekend...NFL draft followed by home theater nirvana....
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I know it's discontinued, but there's a pair locally for sale.
Pretty much identical to the 15s other then it has a Bash amp instead of ICE.

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The XS15se was priced at $799 new.
That low? I thought that was the XS15 wasn't it? The XS15se was more expensive IIRC, but I could very well be wrong. Well, either way he ought to be able to get a great deal on them now then.

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Toe, Hopinator, Digler, Allan and all the other bros that chimed in...your input did make a difference and it was all greatly appreciated. I was almost captivated by the new JTR Captivator 4000 ULF, the JTR Orbit Shifter, and dual Submersive HP's....in the end, this thread, your posts and responses, and Tom's patience with me sealed the deal. Gracias to you all....whenever I get that "oh yeah, this is awesome" feeling....I will be sharing it with you. The hi-fi high is coming to town baby...gotta dial them in the best that I can with the anti-mode (gonna try to do the bass crawl too, but may be difficult by myself. Perhaps I'll use the svs subs during the crawl and then place the PSA's in the places discovered with the svs pc subs...or would the output/power differrences not be a good match for this adjusted technique? I believe I read something similar in this thread or another subwoofer thread.
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That low? I thought that was the XS15 wasn't it? The XS15se was more expensive IIRC. Well either way he ought to be able to get a great deal on them now then.
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Well that answers that. A little research goes a long way I guess.

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That low? I thought that was the XS15 wasn't it? The XS15se was more expensive IIRC, but I could very well be wrong. Well, either way he ought to be able to get a great deal on them now then.
Actually the XS15 was 749.00 and the XV15 was 799.00.

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While you're right, it doesn't pertain to the discussion about the XS15se's price.
I would edit out the word actually in your post, basshead (26,168)

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While you're right, it doesn't pertain to the discussion about the XS15se's price.
I would edit out the word actually in your post, basshead (26,168)
why? It pertains to the thread and is about PSA products.

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Idk I messed up somewhere....
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Hey guys, I know this is a PSA sub thread but I'm in the market for a new BD player with DVD-A playback and SACD and a good two channel analog output section for stereo listening. I have a Panny 500 now and it's very good for what it does but it's old and after hearing especially from Toe how great multi-channel music sounds I'm hooked....TIA
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