Originally Posted by mjaudio
If the subs are equidistant for the MLP then no delay would be needed. The only thing that would make a difference, even if they were the same distance from the MLP, is if one is on the front wall and the other is on the back wall. I know in my room I have to reverse the polarity of my back subs, if not then they will cancel out since they are firing at each other.
So how does the 8 pack compare to all the other subs you have had in the past?
Well, that is the thing, the two outside subs that are on one channel are about 12 feet away, and the two inside boxes on the other channel are about 10-11 feet away, so do you think there would even need to be separate delays between the two? I think I am beating a dead horse somewhat but the time domain is something I know is very important, even though my FR is pretty much dead flat...minus that little cliff I still have but have made slight progress on...
So far the 8-pack is just killing it for everything. I have to say for rock, the dual 4648's could just go SOOOO hard for that midbass slam, but the SI's aren't far behind and they definitely take the cake down low of anything so far, even the pair of RE's. I know it takes a lot more, but I have 8 for the price of a few $100 more than an single RE, and I don't need that additional FP14k to get me there
Originally Posted by Scott Simonian
I have nothing to add other than to mirror what's been said already.
However.... I love what you're doing.
Man, I just have fun screwing around, especially those dozen times where after I have sat down and demoed out what I did, I feel like ive hit the sweet spot, only to go back a few weeks later and start figuring out how to make it better again
That right there I am pretty sure will never stop either!!! haha....Tweaking for life!!!!!