Thanks for your much appreciated advice.I was planning on adding the S-10.3 to my other subs.Your recommendation of "buttkickers" is interesting ,where do I find these Big Boy Toys.Do they fit into a room easily WAF....Isn't San Diego a "Bitchen" to live in ,can I say that:)
I was going to go the buttkicker route but ran into a 12 inch 1300 watt Outlaw that shakes my whole room just fine :P I know Energy is awesome, but their subs have their limits. I'd look into that HSU in your area. My Outlaw sub was designed by the guy who designed that one. Granted it isn't as big but if it is anything like my Outlaw LFM-2 then it will not only give you loud bass but VERY accurate bass that could punch where your Energy subs couldn't.
As always you guys "rock" when it comes to advice. I've got a lot choices to choose from and probably more to come. Shipping(Pa.) a S-10.3 sounds costly and more likely damaging ,thanks for the offer. The added extension is exactly what I'm looking for whether its from a "kick in the ass "or a pressurized room that's the goal. Covert WAF is now my mission:)
I installed aura pro bass shakers under each of my four Berkline home theater recliners. Although the Buttkickers are rated higher, the Auras do a great job. The Auras are about $40 ea at Parts Express. The key is to set the amp crossover at around 40 Hz, so dialogue does not engage the shakers. Also, install rubber feet on the furniture, so as to de-couple them from the floor.
The other picture is my garage but I get batpigs point. This is my view from anywhere on my property but the best view is off my back deck.
This picture is Mt Rainier from the back of the house. Edited by baron2 - 6/20/13 at 6:27pm
Yeah, but the tradeoff is that you can look at that picture of your house, mentally chop it in half, and expect to pay more to boot
That's why poor batpig can't have big bad subwoofers and a dedicated mancave!
Almost done with the new HT for the summer in the garage. Using 2 bays for it. It rains so much 8 months
out of the year that the 4 months of summer it only rains a couple of days so I am outside most of the time
So wht not a HT setup in the big garage. Running 2 - S12.3 Out there
We might be moving to Colorado, though I will admit San Diego and the endless sunshine does sound nice.
If it was up to me though I would rather be on the 200 acre farm in Missouri more than any place in the world.
We left there to come out here to the Pacific Northwest. I have lived anywhere from Hawaii to Greece, and that
farm was the best place I have ever lived.
Futureshop has the RC70s for $399 again. It's been a while since they've had them down to this price. Funny how yesterday they were $999 each and today they are $399 and being advertised as "save $50"
They consistently do this with many, many items on sale. I wonder why. If an item is on sale, presumably, it's because they want to sell more of them. Advertising "you save $600" certainly would sell more of them than "you save $50". Anyway. At least we know the honest price for those speakers.
Remember that guy on here last winter for a brief moment looking for sonic nirvana. I think I found it.
Played Framptons live version of Do You Feel Like We Do..... I dont hear that song to often anymore
but it sure still sounds good turned up loud in the garage. I was a teenager when that song was popular
back in 1976, boy time flys bye.