Originally Posted by tuner1129
For those who own the fv25hp, is it normal for the amp to be warm in standby? I'm moving all the stuff right bow to see if I can eliminate my bulls and voids.
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Yes the amp plate is warm for me too. I moved my FV25HP all around the room to find a sweet spot and ended at the left side in front of left speaker. I use "quick mesure" feature with Anthem ARC genesis ( AVM60 ) you can measure the response at each position.
Found 2 similar positions for the room response at MLP. One in the corner (graph was OK) but I felt nothing at MLP. And the second on the left side, where I have accurate and strong bass but still a little dip at 30 Hz.
I told you to be patient because the first times I was upset to see that the sweet spots for my former sub were not ok for the FV25HP. The behavior is very different for each sub.
QUICK measure is a very good thing to check the position of every speaker and for the sub of course. You can use REW too.
With this kind of sub, it's mandatory
I promise you will be very very happy, I tried a lot of subs and YES this one is PITA to move and setup for the first time. Yes it seems to lose some tightness when you're still tweaking, but once it's done, MAN ! it's unbelievable and unrivalled. Trust me, I have Greg's disease. My name is Joseph, and I have a problem
. I'm bass addict