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Originally Posted by 3ll3d00d View Post

I value SQ over output as long as the output is reasonable so I would go with the smoother response for sure, extra tactility from that layout is an added bonus.

If you only ever listen at a max level of -10 & you are comfortable your system can do this cleanly the vast majority of the time then adding more headroom will not give you much benefit for the expenditure.
Would the addition of tactile transducers beneath the sofa allow one to listen at a lower comfortable level, while getting clean, low distortion bass + the added feel?

Something like what's been described in this thread:A comparison of three tactile transducers - ButtKicker Mini LFE vs. Clark Synthesis TST209 vs. Aura Bass Shaker Pro

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Originally Posted by Audionut11 View Post
In a home theatre enviroment, each speaker should be capable of 105dB of output, with the subwoofer reaching 115dB.

For me, 105dB peaks is confortable (somewhat dependant on content).
Aren't hearing loss and possible tinnitus matters of concern for some of you folks?
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