Originally Posted by goonstopher
I've searched and searched for more hours than I'm proud of but can't figure this out:
I have 3 fusion-10 pures but they need more bass. My primary subwoofers can't be moved. They are a dts-10 like FLH and Maelstrom 18 g2 currently sealed but may go ported - each is off to one side about 3 ft behind and 2 feet outside seating, horn on right... I also have an SI ht18 in a sealed 4cu flatpack...
Originally Posted by chadsmith013
yeah just finished them last weekend...I got the flatpacks..and got some local help with the crossovers..posted a build thread a few days ago.
very happy with them.
So, you put them together last week, you like
them, and you don't want to sell them already to the sharks who want them that are already circling?
RELAX, I got your back, man. You should have come to me first.
I have a pair of Fusion 10's I have had a couple of years now. That Eminence 10" pro woofer is VERY stiff right out of the box. The sound is very thin and just doesn't sound right, there is no bottom end, at first
. The stiffness contributes to the low distortion, so that's a good thing.
Think of it like a very high quality pair of leather shoes that feel too tight when new, but after you wear them for a while they break-in and feel good forever after that. That's the Eminence woofer.
That particular woofer needs a break-in. I don't mean for a few hours, I mean for a whole month
playing at normal levels, 100 hours. You could do a special break-in, but that's really not necessary, just play them and enjoy them. You'll find they sound better every day, and after a year they are phenomenal.
New mid-bass modules not needed. Just be patient, good sound awaits.