I just moved into a new house, in which I unfortunately can't have a dedicated theater room. Instead I'm mating the main room the tv/movie watching room. It's a huge open room with vaulted ceilings that has an open kitchen, dining room, and breakfast nook. A FAR from ideal theater room, but it'll have to do. I currently have an Epik Dynasty 18" subwoofer LINK HERE
which I had in my theater room at my old house. It had a nice flat response and plenty of headroom. The problem is now I cannot find a place for this sub where I don't get a huge null right in the listening position, which HAS to be the center of the room. I'm tired of moving this 100+ LB beast around trying to find an ideal spot for it. I've tried side, front, rear, and everything in between, but I just can't find a sweet spot.
So I've come up with a couple options and need some help!
1. Get a sub EQ(not sure which one, but I can research it) and dial in the sub properly
2. Sell the Dynasty and get 2 smaller subs. Basically have a budget of $200+- per sub if I get 2
The one's I've heard and liked were:
- Polk PSW505
- JBL ES250PBK
I've had good luck with dual subs taking care of bass nulls in the past, so I was wondering if the 2 smaller subs would equal the Dynasty AND take care of the nulls.
Thanks for any advice!