Originally Posted by TheCarFather
Quick update, got the excessive port chuffing problem solved. All I had to do was set the Q at .5, and turn dynamic EQ off on my AVR. The dynamic EQ must really boost the sub 25hz area, and I hadn't thought to turn it off. With my previous set-up of dual BIC F12's, they never had an issue with it turned on. I'm assuming it's because those sub's fell on their face under 25hz, so it didn't bother them since they basically had zero output at those frequencies.
As each day passes by I fall in love with this subwoofer more and more. Now I've got a difficult decision coming up, upgrade my TV or add a second VTF-3 MK5? My current TV is an LG 50" plasma that has served me well for almost 8yrs now. But now that I've got the home theater bug, I'd like to get myself a new, larger TV. But I'm also an extreme basshead, so I'm at odds with myself lol.
Definitely a second sub can help in giving you more clean headroom and it can help smooth out the response if placed well. Though given your previous settings stated, the sub seems to be good, so a new TV would be a pretty nice addition.
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