Originally Posted by Prime316
Can I get a little bit of an explanation?
To a certain degree, yes, it can be done but it's much more expensive and time consuming and even then, one bumps up against physical limitations. The whole sub integration exercise is based around the initial concept of working with one's room acoustics, not against them. And if the individual wishes to continue working against a room's acoustics, they'll have to willingly put forth more effort in taming the bouncing sound waves with an understanding that for most, fail is a likely option.
FWIW, in this case I'm on your side of the aisle but I'm also having to put in an additional boatload of expensive effort so as to "learn" how to tame bass sound waves due to this outlook; aesthetics vs practicality. Not always practical but agreed, sometimes for life to work, the wheel has to be reinvented. The question morphs into, how much effort are you willing to put into successfully reinventing a personal wheel that works for you? And if not willing to put forth the effort, are you willing to accept the inevitable fail option?
Originally Posted by sputter1
For that reason i'm out.
Awwww, come on, how do you really feel?
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 1/13/13 at 8:58am