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Why not take advantage of your rare opportunity to experiment? Most people will never own a single capable subwoofer, much less four of them, at once.

OP here -

OK, so I experimented and so far I don't like the results I'm getting with the additional subs - the dual XS15s just sound better by themselves. When I add in the Velos, it just "muddies" it up.

I may try again after I get a mic and REW. Any recommendations on a mic?
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Originally Posted by Alan P View Post

OP here -

OK, so I experimented and so far I don't like the results I'm getting with the additional subs - the dual XS15s just sound better by themselves. When I add in the Velos, it just "muddies" it up.

I may try again after I get a mic and REW. Any recommendations on a mic?

To make things easy with REW, this one or this one:
http://www.minidsp.com/products/acoustic-measurement/umik-1
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=390-808

Neither one ship until the end of the month as they are backordered, but both are pretty much plug and play. Otherwise it is not as easy to get up and running with REW but there are other mics out there that you can integrate with your soundcard and get working. I know you can even use the Audyssey mic but you will need to read up on how to get it working.
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