Originally Posted by Gary Bechtold
I think we all have a bit of the OCD, I know I do when it comes to audio and other stuff. We call that being analytical.
I know when it come to Audio, I got-it Big Time
The funny thing, a year ago. I took a test with many questions. Many answers add choices that all apply to me, for been very relevant.
But had to decide from the most relevant to the least, I thought it was stupid.
Once the results came back, and went on a safety course related to this questioner.
With results for every single worker. Mine felt under very high under "analytical", of the four parts of the circle.
Scary that a questioner that I thought was so stupid, could be so dead on knowing the personality of a person
Best Safety course, I ever add!!!
Originally Posted by dinamigym
This might be a dumb question but I’ll ask anyway. If laying two ported subs along wall (in this case fv25s) on their sides equidistant but facing the mlp is it better to position ports away from each other, together, or does it not matter?
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In my line of work, we like to say "there is no stupid question". Since you do not know, what you don't know.
While in Audio it is not a matter of Life or Death, like my work. I still apply this principle all the time.
Like you, at this moment. I am with the same dilemma, with the exception of one sub between my Center Speaker and the Right Tower.
Since I am more into Mid Bass than Deep Bass (under some frequencies, my room induce too many vibrations problems. That can more distracting than gain of lower tuning).
So far, I am leaning with keeping the driver closer to the center. And the ports closer to the right wall, to remove lower frequencies gain from corner loading.
But will play with both, to see what the original response are. Before applying Audyssey HT32.
The second FV18, will need to be somewhere else in the room. And who knows, the front one might end-up somewhere else.
Only a lot of experimentation's will tell me the best locations, Once I get those two FV18 for my room.