Originally Posted by primetimeguy
Glad you got it working!!!
Before trying different drivers have you tried difference positions of the subs in your room?
In this case, no disrespect intended towards your above, but moving the sub around the room would be akin to putting lipstick on a pig.
The graphs are with Anti-Mode set to bypass. Based on yesterday's efforts, I'll be playing with Anti-Mode today and hopefully, for comparison, I'll remember to post the graphs with Anti-Mode engaged.
Based on the above spectrograph and X-Y graph, all speaker crossover settings have been set to 60Hz which all the speakers are easily good to go with.
As to real issues surrounding sub placement, our room is limited by the WAF. Our compromise, pretty much, within the world of rational, I get to do and buy what I want and she gets a normal looking living room; as much as sticking a boatload of speakers in a room, will allow. As to drivers, the whole driver thing is for edification purposes. Swap the driver and then measure for the differences. See it in the light of buying a two hundred dollar bottle of Bourbon (Parker's Heritage Collection
), just for the tasting experience, advancing one's awareness in the process.
If you're going be driven out of Paradise, you might as well go happy.
Doing the driver swap thing will encourage me to explore subwoofer box design as according to what others have posted, this driver is spec'd for a 3.3^3 ported body and it's going be placed in an ~2.75^3 ported body. In my case, it's about the entertainment value. Like a cat playing with a ball of yarn. In this case, the ball of yarn is a random subwoofer driver.