Originally Posted by rockemsockem
You should have posted pics of your room when you initially asked questions. Because your viewing area is so small, and you're basically sitting nearfield, you don't need that much subwoofer IMO.
Also, Unless my eyes deceive me, the plus/2 is not going to fit in that little corner. I would look for some other placements, possibly in the open areas of the room.
Your eyes indeed deceive you. In fact a subwoofer even bigger than the PB12-Plus/2 could fit in either subwoofer locations in the picture. I already took measurements to confirm according to the specs on SVS's website.
And the TV is between 14 and 16 feet away from the seating area. I have no idea in hell how you could possibly think that is only 5 feet.
Originally Posted by Warpdrv
You would porb. have plenty with that Plus/2... Mine hits hard, and my room seems much larger then yours... and Mine also spills out into other rooms as well with vaulted ceilings.
They are going to have a Plus/2 at CES in rosewood, and were telling me that If I show up, whomever wants the sub, they would get it at a good price... and thats the discontinued Rosewood, not rosenut
My room is 9,600 cu ft.. Not sure the size of your room.
You say SVS is going to have a Plus/2 at CES in rosewood and will be selling it cheap.... I'll be sure to ask them about that when I'm there but what's the difference between Rosewood and Rosenut? On my invoice from SVS it shows up as me ordering Rosenut but what's the difference?
Originally Posted by cyberbri
Where are your speakers, next to the TV? Are they tower speakers? Ideally the tweeters should be at ear-level. Ideally the speakers would be where the two chairs are.
But you have to make compromises when it's set up in a mixed-use area.
That doesn't look anything like "near-field" to me. Maybe 12+ feet from the TV? Plus the room is open on the left side and to the back, with a high ceiling. That's a big space to fill.
Yes, the speakers are next to the TV. They are floorstandings---I'm guessing that means tower speakers also. I know the tweeters should be at ear-level but there was no way to do it that way in that room. It's a compromise I had to take.