Originally Posted by shaneb0422
Awesome, this will definitely be a project I'll do.
I am picking up a new 370THX set this weekend that comes with a 15" 275w sub (Atlantic Technology 372PBM).
Do you think it is totally worth going ahead with the project and running the three subs in the same room, or would it be better used in the music room? I hear the more subs the better. (Room is huge, 26x13x8 and wide open to kitchen and dining room of same size)
Also, I was just considering my original idea of making the sub a table....I realize my drinks would probably be vibrating off the table? I've read others have done this but I wonder if it is super annoying for everything on the table to vibrate constantly.
So iNuke has HPF at 20hz...its a toss up between it and the Bash....bash simpler integration and no noise.
You are almost always better off going with 2 to 3 subs as opposed to 1. I am not sure what those other subs are? Home theater in a box subs, perhaps?
The Dayton will almost certainly over power the Atlantic Technology subs. I would sell them and buy more Daytons!
As far as the iNuke versus the bash,
if it were me, I would just buy an EP4000 and be done with it. As a matter of fact, I happen to have one for sale! (if you are interested hit me up via pm) I would
much rather have the EP4000 over that bash.
As far as the iNuke, I plan on using the iNuke1000dsp for my mains sometime in the future, mainly for their built
in dsp options that I could use for my active mains, but, with that being said, I am hesitant about using the iNukes for subwoofers due to their roll-off at 20hz. That
just bugs me for some reason and I know that if I were to use an iNuke for my subs then I would most certainly be forever second guessing myself on whether or
not I am missing any bass in the sub-20hz region!