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But you WILL need time.
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Okay, second FV15hp ordered. Denon X4000 XT32 avr next. It has been an on going process with this hobby.
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Have you defined an end game?

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Have you defined an end game?
I did but it went OT, lol.
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I did but it went OT, lol.

Hahaha, same. Same. Still, even though my little upgrade sprint became a whole-home-encompassing marathon that's still in session, I do have a final setup goal in mind.

I guess time will tell whether I'm kidding myself. Anyway congrats, damn, dual FV15H, I mean... damn.

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Quick question: my Denon 3312 has two sub outs, should I connect each sub to each of the sub out or only use one sub out to a Y splitter to connect 2 subs? Does it matter? Thanks.
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No. The 2 sub outs are internally y-ed.

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The best EQ is no EQ ...

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So I wouldn't need the Y splitter and just connect each sub to each receiver sub out, is that what you are saying?
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Yes

History is written by those who have hanged heroes ...

The best EQ is no EQ ...

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Guest what? I did both and now the waiting game .........
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Guest what? I did both and now the waiting game .........

CONGRATS...SORRY iM LATE TO THE PARTY BUT HERE IS MY RESPONSES WITH A SINGLE XS30...comparing the sub + EQ (minidsp)only to sub only EQ+audyssey xt32


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^^ Thanks for the graph but it is hard to view on iPhone. What is red and what is blue graph.
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Red is no Audyssey.

After purchasing the FV15HPs, next will be an AVR with XT32.
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^^Thanks. Glad to see XT32 smooths things out especially no dip in the 48-60hz region.
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Red is no Audyssey.

After purchasing the FV15HPs, next will be an AVR with XT32.

those fv15hp's should be sweet!!! and yes youll be golden with the xt32...now just need to find a way to "sneak" in a second xs30 lol

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^^Thanks. Glad to see XT32 smooths things out especially no dip in the 48-60hz region.

yup...works wonders!

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I've let the wife know, this is a continuing evolution.....the next purchase, as the technology matures, will be an 70" or 80", 4k, flat screen.
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