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Also, don't point the meter at the speakers... point it straight up at the ceiling. Good luck!
But if the SPL meter screws onto the tripod horizontally, will I be able to tilt the tripod (pic below) so that the mic is vertical? Sorry, my first tripod. The SPL directions indicate that the meter should be pointing at the source.


The screw hole is on the bottom.
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WOW! I can only dream or imagine! Nice set up! Unfortunately several factors of getting in the way of going beyond 2....such as room configuration, budget, and most of all DA WIFE factor! LOL Honestly the one would probably suffice but.......
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The screw hole is on the bottom.
Yes, the screw is on the bottom of the meter, will I be able to tilt the tripod so the meter is vertical?
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Yes, the screw is on the bottom of the meter, will I be able to tilt the tripod so the meter is vertical?
Then, when you mount the meter on the tripod, it will point to the ceiling. You're good to go.
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Those Focal BE's are NOT cheap! But beautiful speakers!!! Those subs are awesome! Don't care for the grille. I'd leave them off.
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Did it just blend better in the 16hz tune or what was you reason for picking that tune?
REW results indicated slightly better, more even performance in the 16Hz tune. And since I'm nowhere close to maximum output levels, I went with the 16Hz.

Although I didn't try the sealed tune with REW, later, out of curiosity, I listened to the sub in sealed mode and bass lines were clearly ... less defined ... FWIW

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My SVS PC 13 Ultra is within that price range, and it rocks.
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REW results indicated slightly better, more even performance in the 16Hz tune. And since I'm nowhere close to maximum output levels, I went with the 16Hz.

Although I didn't try the sealed tune with REW, later, out of curiosity, I listened to the sub in sealed mode and bass lines were clearly ... less defined ... FWIW
Thanks for getting back to me about your preference. I tried the 20 tune last night it was louder but i get a better blend using the 16 tune. I really like the pb12 plus alot people think i should trade it in since i have one more month on the trade up program. They said i should get two pb2000's for more even coverage. Any opinions about going dual vs the pb12 plus ?
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Thanks for getting back to me about your preference. I tried the 20 tune last night it was louder but i get a better blend using the 16 tune. I really like the pb12 plus alot people think i should trade it in since i have one more month on the trade up program. They said i should get two pb2000's for more even coverage. Any opinions about going dual vs the pb12 plus ?
I have never listened to a pb12 plus, but I run dual pb2000's and it frickin' blows my mind every time.

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Well well welll i just had a call from UPS they might bring me a sub today a little aerlier than i thought awesome i just hope the snow will settle down a bit as it is snowing like it is a judgment day well fingers crosed

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Damn i guess i wont be lucky today...well monday i guess...and i was just making plans to settle it for two days and on monday run audyssey...damn i wish i never received that phone call

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