That is the best. Now that you've gotten good at woodworking, you might be able to build yourself a component rack.
Yeah. Hehehe. That is on the list of things to do. Ive been a bit preoccupied, ya know?
There are many possible upgrade paths in view right now, so I havent been able to decide what formfactor I want. Originally, it was going to be a traditional "Flexi-rack". Then I thought about the idea of replacing the tv I have now with a newer "tabletop" bigscreen and creating a shorter, longer flexirack for all the components, center channel and the tv to sit on. Sooo, something for the near future will be to upgrade (erm....get) a rack for my components.
Yeah, I figured it was. But yeah..if you want to keep turning it up and up and get more headroom out of your subs, you'll need another 2500. As we know, Ilkka was clipping his ~2000W (not sure how it compares to the Ep2500 side-by-side, but its gotta be equal or better) with a single TC-2000. So it only makes sense that you'd do the same with one EP2500 per pair of 18" Rl-ps. No worries though, just a thought for the future.
Makes plenty of sense. Except for one thing bothering me. I have never seen the clip lights light up at all. Never. Havent done it yet. Sometimes it doesnt even seem like I get the "signal" lights on full power all the time.
Just when I had Xmen: Last Stand on waaaay too loud it made a couple of not-so-clean booms. Maybe it was just the sounds that are crummy. For example, I watched AotC last night. Only a couple of boomy rumbles but everything else sounds perfect! Absolutely perfect! I know this sounds kinda ghey but could it be that it is so low distortion now that I can hear the difference between muddy sounding effects and good ones? Cause I also watched SPR last night (was able to go +5db from the Haunting
) and it totally passed my tests. Sounded perfect. Vice like grip and great dynamics! I know SPR doesnt have any low, low bass but it was the first time I was able to transport myself back to my first (three) viewings at the local Cinema when it came out. I must be doing something right. Hehehe...
Just a thought I had...
Would it benefit me to run a power cable from another room (my bedroom is closest.) I could run the amp off from a plug in there. That would place the load of the amp on the circuit breaker for the bedroom, right? Would I get more power that way?
Oh! Almost forgot...
I wonder how much his room complains with high dB low frequency material.
So far the only movie that has made the room complain at all would be: the Haunting. So far its the only one that still makes me cringe and fear for the structural integrity of the house.
If anyother movie does it...Im not aware of it. The bass is louder than the house shaking.