Originally Posted by Kain
My room is solid concrete all around and with my single SubMersive, I don't feel any ultra-low frequency bass at all. As a result, I thought it would be better to forgo trying to get very low bass in my room and just go for 20 Hz+. I know Meyer Sound is definitely not popular on this forum like it is in the pro audio world/forums. Meyer Sound is used in quite a few high-end cinemas and mixing stages. The following quote is from a Meyer Sound news link/article relating to the company's entry into the residential private cinema market:
I've also heard that ported subwoofers provide a more tactile response/feel over sealed subwoofers.
If you want more feel at the seating you can look up Crowson Transducers. They go down to 1hz.
Main theater: Sony 45es, 120 inch ST screen, Panny BDT500, Rotel RMB-1075, Rotel RSP-1068, Klipsch RP-280F, RP-450C, RP-160M, SVS PB13-Ultra x 2
Loft theater: Panasonic 60" plasma, Integra DTR-30.3, Axiom Audio M60, VP150, QS8, EP500