Ive got a SVS PB-12 plus in my basement which originally was to replace my Velodyne VDR10.
The only issue i have is that i can hear and feel the Velodyne louder and harder than the SVS.
How is this even possible, a 12 inch 800 rms woofer vs a 10 inch 200 watt woofer. There must be something wrong here
I have a Yamaha RXV1900 with a Velodyne SMS-1.
The SVS guy told me that the Velodyne is a fake bass and that the SVS is much more true.
Is there anyone who can point me in the right direction please
Also, if you want string bass, just run the sub hot. You might hike it up by 6 dB in the receiver's LFE output. In addition to that, run the sub with all ports open, that will give you the most headroom. Make sure the sub's amp settings are geared for all ports open if you do that. To get more out of your sub, you can also raise the crossover point. Most systems automatically crossover at 80 Hz, but you can go a lot higher. It does make the sub more localizable, but the sub will definitely be louder. Try 100 Hz, 120, 150. This is not commonly advised, but you may prefer the sound of a higher crossover.
yes the subs were placed directly beside each other pointing towards the listener on the right hand side.
I do notice that the base is a little distortiony, but when i have my volume at -20 on the receiver theres not alot of air movement from the ports aswell.
Could it be that my Yamaham subwoofer out signal is a low signal, my velodyne is hooked up to the out on my SVS which is then connected to my SMS-1
EDIT> It is hooked up to your SMS. Try hooking up the SVS directly to your yam and be sure your SW trim is around -4 to start out with.
On-going SW management class
flip the phase switch 180 on the Velodyne see if it makes a difference.
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