I called SVS today and had a great conversation with Darren. He recommended I go with the Cylindrical shape, and it sounded good until I studied my design more. The model he suggested was the Dual-PC12-NSD. He said for my room it would have good enough power. I thought it was very nice he did not try to up sell me to the more powerful model. But now I'm trying to up sell myself. lol
He did convince me ported was the way to go, for movies/TV which is mostly what I will use this for. OK, and some Tiger Woods golf.
What are your thoughts on the cylindrical vs. the cubes? Either the NSD or Plus models.
The most I will be able to space the subs in a cube would be approx. 26" a part and one will next to a concrete foundation wall that is 46" high and the other will next to a 2'6" walk way with only an insulated wall separating it from the bedroom on the other side (guest room).
If cylindrical I could space farther apart, the full width of the false wall which is 144", however I'd have to kick it out a couple more inches and then one of the cylinders would be in a corner next to again a concrete foundation.
The cylinders would also, if spaced at max, be outside my screen and therefor outside my front sound stage.
Oh so many questions..... Here's a couple drawings I've been tweeking to perfection. They include the cube subs not the cylindrical subs. They are not to actual scale FYI
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