Originally Posted by jbrown15
Basshead I think you just need to stop reading into things or assuming. I'm happy with the XS30's but that doesn't mean I wouldn't like to add to them or try something different. Some people like change just for change. How do you know if you will or won't like something else if you don't try.
Most movies having content down to 15hz? Really? I don't think so. I appreciate much of what you post but at the same time your not an expert and your opinions are just that, your opinions.
I am far from a expert and I will be the first to admit it.
I was basing the 15hz comment off of your old post because I thought you were the expert?
"So at 12.5hz the XV30 would be at 96.3db? and at 20hz they're within 1db of each other right? How much real world content is there at 12hz were it would really make a difference. Probably less then 10% of movies."
"Sometimes I think to myself that maybe I should have gotten dual FV15HPs over dual XS30s, but honestly the amount I saved over the FV15HPs and also factoring in that my room is only 2100cubic/ft and I'm not too concerned about having super high db below 15hz I'm glad I stayed with the XS30s. Of course to each their own. With the subs you're looking at your really can't go wrong with any of them. All of them will more then likely sound great without being able to directly compare them in a head to head testing."
" okay, so basically the XV30 doesn't really make anything that registers other then distortion at 12.5hz? Sorry I'm still learning about all of this stuff. In your honest opinion should someone really be concerned if a sub isn't putting up big numbers below 15hz? How much really content is even at that level in movies or music? I know of less then a dozen movies that really have material at that level, unless I'm mistake."
reply from pokekevin,
"Not many films go that low...but Id still love to have a sub that can play that low when their is that sort of content HTTYD for one "