Originally Posted by ehlarson
Sorry but 90 Hz doesn't cut it. It needs to be flat at least 1 octave above the crossover point. Ideally more.
Have you measured your room? Crossovers and slopes mean absolutely zip if a sub is not properly integrated into a room's acoustics and one happens to be fighting a mode, reenforced peak, null, dip or harmonic in the 90Hz range. Just saying.
One sub good.
Two subs better.
Three subs makes up for a lot of sonic sins.
(Currently fighting a 52Hz to 90Hz; an 8dB reenforced mode above, moving right into a 16dB null below, +/-3dB.)
The point, it's about proper integration, first or in my opinion, none of the rest matters. If you've already measured and properly integrated your subwoofer system into your room's acoustics, then ignore everything I posted in my above.
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 3/5/13 at 4:36am