Originally Posted by BeeMan458
No point in wasting another day. Why the 8033 S vs the 8033 C? I just need to find out if we need the 8033 C or the 8033 S as our sub-out is a mono signal. Once I have an answer to that question, then I'll have them ship a unit and once again, get those old subs, dialed in.
Bee, I have Googled this and read many posts (the 8803C version and 8033S version). The general consensuses was
that if you co locate, or have two subs placed symmetrically from the listening position (I have mine in each corner,
and basically sit in the middle between the two) it can combine the sound of the subs for smoothest frequency.
I could be wrong of course. I wish someone would chime in and say yes that's true, or rubbish you need to buy
two 8033 eq's, one for each sub regardless of placement. Bsoko2 (a frequent poster on AVS) had an antimode
8033 and 4 Epik Empire subs, and he used on 8033 to go to all subs and he was really impressed.
Bsoko2 got rid of the Epik subs and ended up buying Submissive subs He still uses one antimode 8033 (for all 3) and he's
very happy with the results also.
Anyways my 2 cents,
vardoEdited by vardo - 11/23/12 at 7:36pm