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I am loving my SI drivers! They are really great at the low stuff, under 20hz.

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Knowing how the JBL drivers sound and knowing how the SEOS sounds along with the SI's all you need is tweaking. Your system is second to none! I have the luxury of a small room so I don't need that many 15's if any. I am putting togther that new JBL speaker and let everyone know how it stacks up. I can tell you guys switching to sealed and adding the LT to my IB type enclosures is the best yet! Better than the ported 7hz. I have 24 inch cubic foot boxes for two sealed 18's. So 4 nearfield and they dig very deep!

Aww, thanks.

Not like yours is any slouch, James.

My room isn't that much larger than your room. Taller definitely. Lol and I'm so short! You're the one that needs the tall room.

Yeah, the SI's while not touting as IB drivers really lend themselves to a proper installation as such. They have a pretty low natural Fs which should give you a nice, wide impedance peak in the 10-30hz area. Effortless deep bass and with so many... hell yeah.

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I was going to buy the 2226 but figured I will give this a shot first. My wall adds 6 dBs to the 80-200 hz region so I should be fine with the single. We shall see.
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Hell yeah, man. I like the way you're moving. Though if I were you I'd work with what is there and then consider more/bigger subs. Yeah, you could juice up the power. Are you doing low end boost on the nearfield? If not then you should have some ample headroom to power up >30hz for more punch with no worries of overdriving the HT18's. Could get >3dB if played right. Just one of your options.

So for the past year I've ran eight HT18's and four RLp18's all of which are up front. I'll be moving the subs around this or next week (as soon as I build this new screen I've been wanting for half a year. Oye!) and they will be in other places. I'll keep the eight HT18's up front and move four (two DO enclosures) RLp18's to be nearfield in the rear corners. For a while now I've had two extra RLp18's just sitting on the floor doing nothing. I think I've decided to build a riser and incorporate the extra RLp18's into it. I thought... "well, four 18's nearfield should help punch up the bass some. Yeah, well... I think I'll build a riser too to really get some shake. What the hell am I going to do with these extra 18's? Eh, why not put them in the riser?!" Oh man. Six 18's nearfield with two of them right under my butt.

If this doesn't do it for me I don't know what will.

Yeah, still playing with EQ to get the near SI like I want it. It's really all just variations of GOOD no matter how I tweak it. Almost depends more on mood than anything.

Woah man, that's going to be killer!! That will have to be it for bass right? I'd have to think you would be at your limit with 6 nearfield 18's. I know Pop's setup with 8 nearfield SI's was plenty for me. Great idea with the riser, love it man!


You and James are saying that the SI's are well suited for low bass output. I have found the opposite in my room, I have to boost the crap out of them. It could be my room and I know I do have some significant roll off on my AVR.

Here is what my L/T looks like right now on my upfront 8 subs:

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What I mean is it is very linear to 10hz. It has less outout than others but just as linear so adding more is the key. The SI is down 15 dBs from 20hz to 10hz, the UXL is down 16 dBs but still higher SPL overall. So if you have no room gain(all rooms have some gain) you need to add an LT accordingly. The most a room adds is 12 dBs per octave. A sealed sub with perfect room gain still needs an LT to be flat to single digits unless it rolls of perfectly with the room. This is the SI at max clean output so it will be more linear not playing at the limits.
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What I mean is it is very linear to 10hz. It has less outout than others but just as linear so adding more is the key. The SI is down 15 dBs from 20hz to 10hz, the UXL is down 16 dBs but still higher SPL overall. So if you have no room gain(all rooms have some gain) you need to add an LT accordingly. The most a room adds is 12 dBs per octave. A sealed sub with perfect room gain still needs an LT to be flat to single digits unless it rolls of perfectly with the room. This is the SI at max clean output so it will be more linear not playing at the limits.
Gotcha - makes sense.
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Room=1430cf
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Just to add some details as I don't know if I've figured this right. I came up with 2 Dayton's equal an SI as I saw someone post that somewhere here for the 15HO. So SI equivalent would be 6. So then 1430cf/6=238? Is there a scorecard I'm missing besides the zip on the first page?
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Just to add some details as I don't know if I've figured this right. I came up with 2 Dayton's equal an SI as I saw someone post that somewhere here for the 15HO. So SI equivalent would be 6. So then 1430cf/6=238? Is there a scorecard I'm missing besides the zip on the first page?
Is the Dayton ho comparable to the Dayton um15? If they are close you could just use those in the calculator.

Can you post your ulf card? Copy and paste the cells into ms paint (or equivalent) to create a image, and then post.

Should be a pretty impressive ulf experience with your small room and near field placement.
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Is the Dayton ho comparable to the Dayton um15? If they are close you could just use those in the calculator.

Can you post your ulf card? Copy and paste the cells into ms paint (or equivalent) to create a image, and then post.

Should be a pretty impressive ulf experience with your small room and near field placement.
The UM is a different but I'll can use the max SPL on winisd as a close approximate. I'll post that, thanks Dom.
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Usually the 15 inch version of the 18 inch driver is 3 dBs lower.
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Usually the 15 inch version of the 18 inch driver is 3 dBs lower.
That was my thought as well. Winisd shows both drivers are virtually the same in a 4 cube box. But the SI can take 1200 watts to the Daytons 300 to reach max excursion or a little above. Using that method theres a 3db difference. For now, to error on the safe side I'm going with 2xdaytons=1xSI.
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Impressive Coolrda! I'll get you included on the list next update.

How's your signal chain? Do you extend down to 5hz? Post your FR to 5hz to get in the 5hz club.
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Impressive Coolrda! I'll get you included on the list next update.

How's your signal chain? Do you extend down to 5hz? Post your FR to 5hz to get in the 5hz club.
Yes, extension to 5hz. I'll take some FR's and post them.
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Ok heres the graph. Taken from MLP.

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Actually, its power limited not driver. Presently using An XPA3 and XPA5@300w channel to power the subs. The EP4000 should give me another 3db's or so.
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Ok heres the graph. Taken from MLP.

Very impressive! When I first looked at that response, I though it looked pretty bad...but your scale is in increments of 1db...no wonder!

Will get you in the 5hz club in the next update.
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I am curious what type of volume levels are needed to reach these max SPL numbers. I have only took graphs at 0-MV which had me at or above 115DB down to 8-9 HZ. I know my Cap S2s have alot more to give than just 0MV being that they seem to not even be moving that much but, I am kinda worried for potentially damaging something. I am pretty sure the Caps have a high pass filter around 7 because it dops off pretty fast around that frequency. Dont know if it is capable of 115 at 5hz.
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I am curious what type of volume levels are needed to reach these max SPL numbers. I have only took graphs at 0-MV which had me at or above 115DB down to 8-9 HZ. I know my Cap S2s have alot more to give than just 0MV being that they seem to not even be moving that much but, I am kinda worried for potentially damaging something. I am pretty sure the Caps have a high pass filter around 7 because it dops off pretty fast around that frequency. Dont know if it is capable of 115 at 5hz.
It all depends on what your response looks like after EQ, etc. Assuming you have the power and displacement to play 115db at 5hz, if you're down 6db at 5hz (for example), 0MV would net you 109db if properly calibrated. In this example, you'd need the MV to be at +6db to hit 115db at 5hz.
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@basshead81 , time to estimate the ULF performance for the new line of PSA subs.

Can you get us started with what PSA has released and what you know? Perhaps work from a data-bass tested PSA sub, and estimate the over/under in db for each new sub?
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The V1500 is now +/-3db @ 16hz opposed to +/-3db @ 21hz with the SE models and about 1db more output overall. I am assuming this deeper extension is going to put the 16hz output up significantly compared to the SE model?

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The V1500 is now +/-3db @ 16hz opposed to +/-3db @ 21hz with the SE models and about 1db more output overall. I am assuming this deeper extension is going to put the 16hz output up significantly compared to the SE model?
I would think so. Is the tune 16hz then or 18hz?

Also, do you have info on the other new psa subs?
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The tune is 16hz....35% increase on internal volume and longer port.

S3000 is the same as the XS30se, except offers a little deeper extension. Same for the S1500.

S3000i follows suit except is double the power so it should increase output 1.5db in the ULF and 2-3db in the upper bass. I think the sub is at a point where its driver limited and would need higher Xmax driver to see the full 3db in ULF range with the new found power. 1700 watts

The main advantage for switching to the ICE power amps was to have the entire product line built and assembled here in the US. The ICE amp also has a Room control dial with up to 7 different EQ curves to match the low end bass response with the room. Also the ICE amp does a much better job keeping the sub sounding great when up on it's limiter.

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The tune is 16hz....35% increase on internal volume and longer port.

S3000 is the same as the XS30se, except offers a little deeper extension. Same for the S1500.

S3000i follows suit except is double the power so it should increase output 1.5db in the ULF and 2-3db in the upper bass. I think the sub is at a point where its driver limited and would need higher Xmax driver to see the full 3db in ULF range with the new found power. 1700 watts

The main advantage for switching to the ICE power amps was to have the entire product line built and assembled here in the US. The ICE amp also has a Room control dial with up to 7 different EQ curves to match the low end bass response with the room. Also the ICE amp does a much better job keeping the sub sounding great when up on it's limiter.
Bass when is PSA going to hire you? I'm not sure what the hold up is...

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Bass when is PSA going to hire you? I'm not sure what the hold up is...
I doubt PSA needs my help selling subs. They sell about 200+ a month. Rythmik would be better served by hiring me. There website needs a overhaul and I could easily help market their product. First step would be building and assembling here in the US...so products are not hung up at the port for 6 weeks. You can not sell subs if you do not have them. Even if bringing production back to USA increased the cost of the sub 1-200.00 it would still be worth it.
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I just chalk it up to Basshead81 loving PSA subs. You can't blame the guy for liking something.

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I doubt PSA needs my help selling subs. They sell about 200+ a month. Rythmik would be better served by hiring me. There website needs a overhaul and I could easily help market their product. First step would be building and assembling here in the US...so products are not hung up at the port for 6 weeks. You can not sell subs if you do not have them. Even if bringing production back to USA increased the cost of the sub 1-200.00 it would still be worth it.

Bass, 200+ subs a month? I think that might be a bit of a stretch don't you think?
That's well over $200,000 a month in sales. That would be an insane amount of product to push a month. I could be wrong of course but that would be extremely impressive.
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I do like PSA but more so of the company it's self. Tom and Jim are great to deal with and are open to suggestions. They appreciate customer feedback and pride themselves with providing a 100% USA built product. Very personable people and that means a lot to me. Are there higher performing subs out there...sure! Again the the Rythmik FV15HP is probably my favorite commercial sub...I also have some DIY blood in me. Just no need for more in my room. My commercial 15's are already cracking the dry wall. If/When the day comes I get a dedicated theater, I will be looking at some DIY options. I really like the idea of a IB setup.

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I do like PSA but more so of the company it's self. Tom and Jim are great to deal with and are open to suggestions. They appreciate customer feedback and pride themselves with providing a 100% USA built product. Very personable people and that means a lot to me. Are there higher performing subs out there...sure! Again the the Rythmik FV15HP is probably my favorite commercial sub...I also have some DIY blood in me. Just no need for more in my room. My commercial 15's are already cracking the dry wall. If/When the day comes I get a dedicated theater, I will be looking at some DIY options. I really like the idea of a IB setup.

Hey it is no different than everyone liking the JTR or Seaton stuff. I love my equipment but I know it is harder to dial in so I never suggest them unless someone is a serious tweaker. By tweaker I mean willing to properly measure and move things around.
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Bass, 200+ subs a month? I think that might be a bit of a stretch don't you think?
That's well over $200,000 a month in sales. That would be an insane amount of product to push a month. I could be wrong of course but that would be extremely impressive.
Tom told me they go through 4-500 amps every 2-3months.

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