Originally Posted by coolcat4843
Your doing it wrong, if your relying on a single subwoofer.
You need to add another PB12 Plus to your setup.
Contrary to what you might think, it’s not about getting louder bass.
Multiple subs help even out the bass response over a larger seating area.
A secondary effect is to help reduce the excessively long decay times of the prominent modal frequencies.
Number one : You have no idea on what I think, that by itself is a totally stupid statement. Re read my posting, I never once said anything about getting louder bass
I mentioned that the SVS blows the BIC out of the water, but that was for the quality of the sound, not the loudness.
Number two : Don't tell me that I'm doing it wrong when you don't have any idea on how big my home theater area is. For example, would you put two PB12 plus subs
in a room that is say 10 x10 x 8 feet high ? You could, but it's not necessary.
Now on to your other statement that I need two PB12 Plus. As my home theater cubic feet area is not big, using the one PB12 Plus works fantastic. Even if I did want to add
a second sub, say something smaller like the BIC F12 or the SVS PB-1000, I do not have the available room to add a second subwoofer. Would two PB12 Plus or two PB-1000's
make it better, perhaps.
Lastly, if you would like to buy me another PB12 Plus, I'll gladly add it to my home theater.Edited by ferrari fan - 6/26/13 at 6:04pm