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It's pretty cool that Jeff made both the Super subwoofer and Super speaker list. His products deserve the recognition.
I find it strange that they dont do a full review. Better exposure for a great product.

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The wall/ceiling mounts have arrived.

They fit the SL8 HT LP's right over the speakerpost nicely.
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The wall/ceiling mounts have arrived.

They fit the SL8 HT LP's right over the speakerpost nicely.
So you're drilling into the cabinet? Not that I'm opposed to that ... just curious.

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I find it strange that they dont do a full review. Better exposure for a great product.
I'd say it's pretty good advertising just to be on that list.
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So you're drilling into the cabinet? Not that I'm opposed to that ... just curious.
Yes.
I wont be using these for anything else but ceiling duty and resale value is hardly an issue since resale without a JTR marketplace/community in my vicinity
is hard anyway.
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I've been tossing the idea around of getting a 3rd Seaton submersible near my listening position, corner loaded.

But I much rather spend the money on getting 210rt mains, and slanted 8 Rears.

What if I saved some cash and bought a captivator 118HT or a captivator 1400 for my 3rd sub? They would have to be on there sides due to high limitations buy who cares.

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I've been tossing the idea around of getting a 3rd Seaton submersible near my listening position, corner loaded.

But I much rather spend the money on getting 210rt mains, and slanted 8 Rears.

What if I saved some cash and bought a captivator 118HT or a captivator 1400 for my 3rd sub? They would have to be on there sides due to high limitations buy who cares.
Get the 210rt mains and S8 surrounds. After your system is together see what it'is capable of as a whole before re-visiting the idea of adding a third SubM.

Most people consider a pair of Submersives a good place to start.

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Get the 210rt mains and S8 surrounds. After your system is together see what it'is capable of as a whole before re-visiting the idea of adding a third SubM.

Most people consider a pair of Submersives a good place to start.
I guess I like bass. But yes that's the logical response.

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They are definitely right up my alley. Ideally 215rts but they just won't work in our living room for numerous reasons.

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I've been tossing the idea around of getting a 3rd Seaton submersible near my listening position, corner loaded.

But I much rather spend the money on getting 210rt mains, and slanted 8 Rears.

What if I saved some cash and bought a captivator 118HT or a captivator 1400 for my 3rd sub? They would have to be on there sides due to high limitations buy who cares.

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I would get mains and surrounds first and then I would go for any JTR sealed sub to match the seatons. I currently have the Seaton slave/master and a JTR S1. Works very well together.

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The 210RT's will add alot of bass if you run them full range.
Not quite a 3rd submersive most probably but it may satisfy your need.
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The 210RT's will add alot of bass if you run them full range.
Not quite a 3rd submersive most probably but it may satisfy your need.
I felt that the 210rm has great mid bass compared to my Salk ht2 center.

I didn't expect it the small Salk center to have amazing mid bass but then again the added bass from the center has added one more level of excitement to movies.

I'm sure the 210Rt's will be the same.

Just one of those things, you don't know what your missing until you tried it.

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I've been tossing the idea around of getting a 3rd Seaton submersible near my listening position, corner loaded.

But I much rather spend the money on getting 210rt mains, and slanted 8 Rears.

What if I saved some cash and bought a captivator 118HT or a captivator 1400 for my 3rd sub? They would have to be on there sides due to high limitations buy who cares.
It's generally best to avoid mixing sub models, if possible, because they may have frequency-dependent phase differences. With the same model, you can time align the subs and get them in-phase at every frequency.

I'd definitely go for the 210RTs. It would be a tough decision whether to go for Slanted 8 rears or to get 2 more Submersives and cheaper (but still high efficiency coax) surrounds. Apples and oranges. Either approach would be awesome.

Another thing I'd recommend checking out is Dirac. You can use the free demo to see if it's for you. I'm the sort to talk about that in the same breath as speaker/sub upgrades, but not everyone would agree.
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It's generally best to avoid mixing sub models, if possible, because they may have frequency-dependent phase differences. With the same model, you can time align the subs and get them in-phase at every frequency.

I'd definitely go for the 210RTs. It would be a tough decision whether to go for Slanted 8 rears or to get 2 more Submersives and cheaper (but still high efficiency coax) surrounds. Apples and oranges. Either approach would be awesome.

Another thing I'd recommend checking out is Dirac. You can use the free demo to see if it's for you. I'm the sort to talk about that in the same breath as speaker/sub upgrades, but not everyone would agree.
I've heard before about mixing different sub models but in practice it wasn't hard for me to mix not only different models, but ported and sealed together (215's with sealed 18's).
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