Originally Posted by ddgtr
The JLs are excellent subs and they look great in their new home!!! Congrats!
Cheers dd. The more time I spend with them, the more I like them. (though I have been given slightly angry looks by the other arf when I crank them lol).
Look out ! It's the Nikon Kid !!!
Cheers Tez, erm still waiting on these new pics of your Naim gear mate ?
Originally Posted by Fanaticalism
Have you considered having one "nearfield", and one "farfield"?
Did you try running the first sub, and see where the nulls were? This would help in the positioning of the second sub, as I see you have multiple seating locations. Also, since you said you have them at "opposites", I assume that would mean that one is hidden by the black lacquered cabinet that you is shown in the pic.
Hi fanatical. If you look at the pic a few posts above, when you say the black laquered cabinet, if it's what I think you mean on the right hand side, then that is the sub !! Because I used a wide angle lens, the right hand sub looks alot larger and at a weird position in relation to the LH sub ! I positioned them near enough by what JL Audio themselves recommend - at the front of the room, and at the same distances from both L and R main speakers. My seating/lying (!) position is near on bang in the middle of the two, but still experimenting - just not enough spare time at the mo !
Originally Posted by ohyeah32
Do you have a special room air filtration system?
Sadly no Seth, only a pair of lovely girl's in the form of Merry Maids that come round once a week to clean up all our mess lol
I have a DSLR but I'm still a newbie at using it, and at some point would love to have my photos come out as good and as detailed as yours.
Seth thanks ever so for the kind words mate - means alot.
Personally I love your pics ! You've got a lovely bright room there which helps immensely
I think. I'm never entirely happy with my pics tbh, but I will always say that my tripod is my best friend - without it I'd be lost,as my hands just shake far too much lol !