Originally Posted by lalakersfan34
Glad to hear you're enjoying the Sentinels. Man, you went through quite a process a little while back! I think you are now the official
. Are you finding yourself content with the dual Sentinels? Have you grown accustomed to the sound of "flat" bass response, or do you still find something missing? Good to see you around. Keep enjoying your subs
Thanks LakersFan34! I greatly appreciate your kindness and help in that whole process. I have grown adjusted to the flatter sound, and still grin when the low stuff sneaks up on me
. I don't get to enjoy the Sentinels as often as I would like, and because of that i think I have not been able to fully analyze my tune. To answer your question, yes, the dual Sentinels surprisingly do seem to fill my appetite for deep powerful bass. I say 'suprisingly', because sometimes I think i will never be satisfied.
One thing I have been debating was to resurrect my 'How to calibrate dual non-symmetrical' sub thread'. I was listening to TV with the subs (usually watch 95% HT) and during an Usher video on American Idol I noticed that bass sounds pretty bloated and not tight. I realized that I actually don't have any true sub processing besides my Audyssey 2EQ (which has ZERO sub filters) setting a combined distance for the non-symmetrical subs, and my 1 boost and 1 cut via the BFD. I still think that my bass could be much cleaner and better if i was able to get a receiver with Audyssey MultEQ. All these thoughts and ideas cost money and compromise my marriage