Originally Posted by plusminus3db
Sorry if you took my post as something other than what it was.
If you read the reviews from owners, this would be a first.
I'm not saying one is better or worse than the other.
To the OP, have you contacted Seaton for some help?
Tried other locations?
Using any EQ?
Just because one location works great for one sub, doesn't necessarily mean it will be the best location for all other subs.
I have tried the SubMersive in a couple of different locations in my listening room. I'm limited in how many places I can put something the size of a SubMersive. I've found from previous subs that the left front corner of my room works better than other locations that I have to choose from.
EQ? Yes, I'm using the SVS ASEQ1.
And yes both drivers are operating.
I don't think my SubMersive is doing anything different than any other SubMersive out there, I just think it's the nature of the beast.
It is a very well behaved sub, never losing it's cool, always tight and true to the source material. Which makes it the best music sub I've ever heard.
But in my listening room, for Home Theater, the SubMersive doesn't let loose and blow you away....
The 650 definately blows you away when you want/should be blown away.