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post #181 of 184 Old 04-23-2015, 02:51 PM
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You might benefit from a second, mainly due to the kind of content you listen to. I don't really need a second as I have a small 12 by 12 by 8 room and mainly watch movies and play video games.

Music can have more sporadic bass frequencies vs. movies and larger rooms might need more subwoofer to fill the room and get truly deep bass. Basically, a second sub can help minmize existing nulls in bass response and smooth things out in terms of frequency response.

Really the main question you should ask yourself is do you feel the bass could be any better/smoother and do you have space for a second sub and is the cost of a second one worthwhile to you?

If you're fully satisfied, you probably don't need a second but if you feel things could be significantly better, you might wish to consider it. Also, keep in mind sub placement and setup matters a lot whether you have one sub or two. So, make sure you're getting all you can from the current one before getting a second. And if you get two, make sure you know how to setup dual subs properly, otherwise it may not sound any better than one.
very good advice so I think I will think about what you said and just enjoy what I have for now! thanks for the input!
Yeah, always get the most out of what you have now before considering an upgrade. It's sound advice.

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http://www.parts-express.com/caprop65

Is this warning anything to be concerned with?
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Is this warning anything to be concerned with?
Only if you plan on chewing on your audio equipment.
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Is this warning anything to be concerned with?
It may help skim this:
https://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/12191...nal%200113.pdf

"Pressed-wood and wood-based products: Pressed-wood (i.e., hardwood plywood,
particleboard, and medium-density fiberboard (MDF)) and wood-based products, especially
those containing UF resins, may be a significant formaldehyde source.
• Formaldehyde emissions from pressed-wood products have been reduced 80-90% from
levels in the 1980’s and earlier due to mandatory formaldehyde emission standards in
California and national voluntary formaldehyde emission standards, which are described
later in this booklet.
• Emissions decrease 6-10 months after initial testing"
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