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post #1 of 2 Old 02-03-2013, 08:37 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Unfortunately, I dont have a lot of options for my subwoofer placement, so wont be able to find that "perfect" spot.

I have a large room - 30 by 40 multi use, and strongly considering a 2 sub set up. Would a set up work as follows - main speaker / sub 1 / center / sub 2 / main speaker? The tv would be centered over the speakers. Would having subs so close together take away the benefit of having 2 subs?

Being in Canada, considering options I can buy locally - Paradigm Sub 15, SVS 13 Ultra, and possibly the Funk Audio. Though there isnt a lot of reviews on the Funk, so that may well influence my decision.

Thanks for the help.
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Price aside, I'm sure you'll find many a Funk Audio fan on these pages.

Definitely two subs over one.

And definitely, get a room analyzing program so you can see how your subwoofer system is integrating into your Home Theater venue.

As to placement, in the simple, one sub on the middle of each wal is the theoretical sweet spot. If four subwoofers in not in the cards then either in the corners or middle of opposing walls. But, without a room analyzing program, you're still guessing.

Hope the above helps give you insight to your question.
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