New guy here,
Show me the plans, parts, and where to get them and I can build it. I’m clueless about all the technical jargon—I just want a great sounding subwoofer for both movies and music that's suitable for my small basement room.
This is the only viable area to locate a TV room in my basement. You’ll notice I’m not calling it a Theater or Cinema room. It’s barely bigger than a walk-in closet.
All walls are 2x4 framed and covered with drywall. "A" walls are framed against poured concrete walls. I don’t know if they have been insulated. "B" walls abut unfinished areas and don’t have insulation.
The room has a drop-ceiling and the area above is not insulated.
The floor is concrete and covered with commercial carpet with very little padding. It’s hard.
I’m considering installing a door and wall by the stairs to seal off the room.
I’d like to duplicate Brad Horstkotte’s GoM wall panels and possibly the speaker columns too.
I’ll be using some vintage Definitive Technology speakers I bought back in '92. I hope they still work. They haven’t been used in quite a while.
(2) BP 20
(2) BP 2
(1) C 1
I’ll run these speakers with a Yamaha RX-V773WA.
So the question is:
What subwoofer configuration will complement my room and existing sound system? I want the best bang for my buck without too much overkill.
The space beneath the TV for subwoofer placement is: 10' wide, 13" tall and 22" deep.