Originally Posted by 4DHD
As to if there is an improvement with "extra bass" is mostly dependent on the room, speaker combo.
But if you are talking about what I think you are, you still need a sub... as the extra bass is supplied by sending the LF to both the L/R mains and the sub.
are there good subs below 300$? i dont want to spend on something that i will end up selling in a couple of years since i move alot. the speakers themselves are kinda cheap, but people praise them yet all i get is very subdued sound. but for my previous question would it be better for my setup to have reciever downmix the 5.1 to 2.0? or just leave it STRAIGHT (direct no processing?) this part confuses me as well as other settings but i let YAOP or whatever it is optimize it.
edit: i will remove the dust cover grill maybe thats the cause.Edited by dioxholster - 3/15/13 at 9:51pm