Originally Posted by Louquid
Well, didn't you say you were done with upgrades before you even decided to upgrade your sub? Wasn't this whole thread started to talk about how upgrading your subwoofers beyond the $200(?) point was nonsense?
Then, you upgraded to the STF-2 and were pleased. Until we started telling you how much more you could've had with the HSU VTF2.4? Ha.
Now you're upgrading to the VTF15H.
There are better speakers out there than your HSU's. Nothing wrong with taking your time and upgrading, but realize that it will happen.
Also realize that you don't have to be so stubborn and that you still have a lot to learn here. I know I, like most people here, still have a lot to learn. Try not to come here acting as if you know more than people who literally do this stuff for a living.
Oh, and you should throw some carpet down on your floor. You'd probably notice a nice sound improvement with this simple step.
Stubborn? not really. Self- confident about my decisions? sometimes. If I was stubborn I wouldnt have upgraded period.
Ofcourse there are better speakers out there. They also cost alot more. For now, the HSU's are filling this room completely and I dont see myself upgrading speakers anytime soon. (Maybe in about 5-6 years or so.)
I thought I mention this again since speakers brought up into this thread. Most people play the same demo's (favorite soundtracks and whatnot) to test the audio equipment (speakers, sub etc)
I've been saying lately thinking that the soft dome tweeters are clear winners for detail however today I popped in a soundtrack of a movie and I heard a GUITAR playing noticeably loud on the HSU's (direct controlled horn tweeters
) very soundtrack whereas I couldnt hear it with the Energy CB-10's and the Ascend 170SE's.
I just cant praise these speakers enough.. they are excellent speakers for the price period.
MInd you, I will try and forget where you said "do no come in here this and that" no no no Louquid..get this straight in your head
I can come in here (or anyone for the matter) and do whatever I want with what I think. On the other hand, let me be the one to tell you, do not be so prideful with the small "knowledge" you have on audio gear. All it takes is one to study a week at most to be at the same level as what YOU prababaly know. Its NOT that difficult. Most dont have the time to do so, nor have the passion for home theatre to do any studying of it.
Its just for entertainment, and thats what it should be, if you are not designing your very own speakers having a engineering degree, I dont think this isnt anything to be prideful about.
P.S I will take the carpet into consideration. Thanks.
Peace!Edited by Brian323 - 7/10/13 at 12:11am