We're running two subs. I used a Radio Shack digital sound meter (33-2055) and tape measure to set the sub gain (volume) at 1m (thirty-nine inches), 63/64 dB with sound meter settings of C/Slow settings.
After balancing each sub, one turned on at a time and after running Audyssey, XT room correction analyzer, at listening position, I set the pink noise to 69dB. Either today or Monday, depending on who's open and isn't open, I'll be ordering up an Anti-Mode 8033S II.
(Anti-Mode 8033S II ordered and delivery expected on Wednesday.)
Warning to all, I found out the Anti-Mode 8033 has been upgraded and a few changes have taken place folks should be aware of. If one has been reading old information, they won't know about these changes that are currently in the pipeline.
Scroll to the bottom of the sheet to see the differences, new vs old. The old is the 8033C and the 8033S. The new is the 8033Cinema and the 8033S II. The main point to note is, the 8033Cinema has been dumbed down to one output so if this is the model purchased, you'll need to Y-split the output signal as oppose to the dual output, 0/180 phase of the old version. In the case of the 8033S II, it has been smartened up and now has 32 filters as opposed to 24 filters, in my opinion, that's a huge analyzing upgrade. Just a heads up on these points.
Hope the above helps.
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 11/23/12 at 9:51am