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post #4291 of 4292 Old 07-14-2016, 08:07 AM
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How do you want to use it/them? Common sub signal or channel-segregated bass? I wouldn't recommend the latter anyway and in the case of the former I don't think a B with three originals would be an issue at all. You'll be level matching them by hand anyway and any slight difference in response would be less than that created by the minimum 12" difference in room location which each occupies (ie, even two stacked units, measured with 1/12 octave precision, would be ever so slightly different but not enough to matter).
I am planning to use them as a 7.4 configuration sharing a common signal in my surround sound system anchored by my Marantz SR7005 AVR. I am currently using the three subs in three different areas in the room; I have room for the fourth MX-70(B).
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