Originally Posted by rhodesj
There's no such thing as too much bass. Time aligning doesn't have to be too hard, particularly if you have measuring gear. If you've got a spot or two that gives the best response, stack them all near there. You don't have to spread them out.
What type of enclosures, what type of tuning? Think if it this way, you can have really epic bass if you want.
three of the subs are not moving. so its going to make time aligning tricky. they are sealed subs and they sound very good.
Originally Posted by MrMky
I couldn't believe this thread name in this forum! As I understand it if you don't have broken drywall or windows, and no flashing lights or sirens, you don't have too much bass,...
normally I would think you were joking but in the diy bass thread with 8 21s being the norm, you just might be serious as a heart attack
Originally Posted by dtsdig
Here is the door....
Now, you've been shown the door. Too much bass in a room...LOL
The nerve of this thread!
so you are the one who reported me to a moderator for daring to even think that there might be such a thing as too much bass?
I got a warning- THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS TOO MUCH BASS. YOUVE BEEN WARNED.
Originally Posted by Cichlid109
Your almost there you just need 2 more 18's and another 6000 plus the 4 12's. Then you can go deaf like the rest of us!!!
you have a point. if i do that, do you think I'll finally be able to hear the marvel movies "as they were meant to be heard?" lol
Originally Posted by K9woofer
Now you can have nearfield 18's, unless you can only fit the 12's.
the um18s box will be four ft from the MLP
Originally Posted by derrickdj1
4 subs around the room for the best FR. Keep the small subs closer to the MLP and the other 2, nearfied. Sounds like a dynamite system.
unfortunately, three of the 12s are the bottom end of my three way active speakers, so those are not moving. having said that I do firmly believe that the subs should come from the same general area as the main speakers.
Originally Posted by A9X-308
1.5dB sounds too low. What are the 12"s?
Buy a MiniDSP so you can set the delays differently easily and the EQ will be useful.
iirc, the um 18s modelled 121 db at 30hz. the 4 12 modelled 118 db at 30, so 121+118 =122.8
so I guess a 1.8 db increase?
I have something thats kinda like the minidsp that can do delays.