Originally Posted by Bigotis
I've been doing yard work all day, I was to tired to pull the sub out to look at the number so I referred to the dial position.
I have been busy to. It has been a week from he**. I was free for a month and now that the subs came it has been chaos. My Dog went in for surgery and she had to stay overnight, so I had to drive 3 hours round trip the last two days, not to mention the after care. I am also trying to shut down the pool and cover it and the whole time the leaves are begining to fall and pile up. Man O Man!!
However I did manage to get the subs into place today and it was not easy, luckily had some help. They are now out of sight, but they make their presence felt. I have one sub front firing and the other two pointed at each wall on the corner, freaking awesom. On a bad note, I am really not to happy that these amps do not have a standby switch. Now that I have the subs hidden and behind furniture I cannot reach the power switch, they are about two feet out of reach. So, I grabbed a fairly long wooden dowel I had in the garage and put a rubber tip on the end and I now have to use the dowel to power on and off. I have always taken the standby switch for granite, but really how can you complain about the Triax. I am sitting down now and watching the original Incredible Hulk. This one is a bass fest.
I have my gain set on 5 at the moment, probably a little rich. I think I am going to add the mini DSP and mic, so I am going to hold off on the tinkering till I get my new equipment in.Edited by Reefdvr27 - 10/20/13 at 5:51pm