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I'll work on a new Audyssey calibration tonight, it would be pretty sweet if things got even better. As for another FV15HP, my wife has already threatened my life if I order another one.....so that won't be happening for a while. She was talking about me buying new theatre seating, a PS4, and subwoofer in the same week....and something about 3 kids to take care of, haha.
The next purchase will be a Denon x4000, then maybe another FV15HP in a year or two.

I thought you were contemplating or picked up the LV12R? Seems like the FV15HP overshadows it's little brother the LV12R. I bet the numbers suggest that Brian sells way more FV15HP's than anything else in his product lineup. I'm venting a little as it seems if you have a FV15HP you are more likely to be helped out as opposed to having something on his lower tier of products. Who knows maybe it's just me?

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Beeman your gona love your fv15hps!

Thanks! At this price point, all compromises in consideration, I do feel this is the best price/performance option.

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She was talking about me buying new theatre seating, a PS4, and subwoofer in the same week....and something about 3 kids to take care of, haha.

Well, I'm inclined to agree with your wife.....maintaining a PS4 with a steady diet of new games is expensive. tongue.gif
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Haha, I bought the PS4 mainly for the bluray player, as the Sony I have is a piece of crap. I'm giving the PS4 to the kids (and me) for Xmas, can't wait to try that sucker out, especially with crazy good bass on tap.
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I'm venting a little as it seems if you have a FV15HP you are more likely to be helped out as opposed to having something on his lower tier of products. Who knows maybe it's just me?

Helped out by whom? Forum members? Brian? Enrico? Someone else perhaps?

 
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It could be, the timing of your posts as this is a fast thread and posts can get lost among the traffic. If you have questions, allow me to encourage you to give them a call or send an e-mail.
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Not going to lie....I just purchased one of the Amazon X4000 with the sole intention of selling it back (for a slight loss) just to get the $400 credit. I love sniping Cyber Monday deals. Thanks for the heads-up!

You do realize the going price on Ebay is $850-$900?
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Not going to lie....I just purchased one of the Amazon X4000 with the sole intention of selling it back (for a slight loss) just to get the $400 credit. I love sniping Cyber Monday deals. Thanks for the heads-up!

If the price of the X4000 from Amazon is $1299 then you have to sell it for at least $1000 to make $100. I've seen people talking about buying new X4000s for $899 shipped. Then you have to factor in shipping and fees (Paypal etc). Good luck but it seems a bit risky to invest $1299 to make a few bucks.

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I'm venting a little as it seems if you have a FV15HP you are more likely to be helped out as opposed to having something on his lower tier of products. Who knows maybe it's just me?

I have two "lowly" F12SEs and I received excellent help and advice from both Brian and Enrico. This was through emails directly to the Rythmik site. At times I received emails from both Brian and Enrico in a rather quick timeline during business hours from the same email inquiry. In my opinion you will receive outstanding service no matter what Rythmik sub you own smile.gif.

When I bought my second F12SE I asked if they could send an extra set of rubber feet. The first F12SE was bought used and did not come with them. The new F12SE arrived and the extra feet were not in the box. Not a big deal as these things happen. I emailed Rythmik and asked if a set of feet could be sent and I'd be happy to pay for them and the shipping. I received an email response in about an hour from Enrico that Brian would ship the feet right away. I received a tracking update the next day and the feet arrived several days later. To me that is outstanding service smile.gif.

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Sorry I should have been more specific. Brian and Enrico are great. It was geared more towards you guys the neighborhood experts. So much support on here for the big dogs such as the FV15HP's F25's... Jim I know you have a dedicated thread in another forum.

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You do realize the going price on Ebay is $850-$900?

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If the price of the X4000 from Amazon is $1299 then you have to sell it for at least $1000 to make $100. I've seen people talking about buying new X4000s for $899 shipped. Then you have to factor in shipping and fees (Paypal etc). Good luck but it seems a bit risky to invest $1299 to make a few bucks.

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See previous posts explaining peoples buying habits on Amazon even when a product is available for cheaper elsewhere online (like eBay). A lot of "average" consumers I know/have sold to on Amazon either dislike/do not trust eBay or just simply like Amazon so much that they will spend more for ease of use. Worked for me in the past with my University discount in the Microsoft Store buying the laptop/Xbox 360 combos and selling both for big profits on Amazon, despite way cheaper prices on eBay.
Besides, worst comes to worst I have a reason to replace my *old* (by technologies progression standards) Yamaha receiver in my family room. Or just return it for no harm, no foul unopened.


Sorry for sidetracking hugely. Back on topic, I promise.
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I think I would help myself out if I picked up a good mic and software to take some measurements. Any recommendations for both that don't cost an arm and a leg?

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It could be, the timing of your posts as this is a fast thread and posts can get lost among the traffic. If you have questions, allow me to encourage you to give them a call or send an e-mail.

Couldn't agree with this more and also whatever sparks the most interest.

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I think I would help myself out if I picked up a good mic and software to take some measurements. Any recommendations for both that don't cost an arm and a leg?
https://www.avsforum.com/t/803774/room-eq-wizard-microphone
It helps do get a mic that Room EQ Wizard includes calibration files for. A stand would be good, too.

Some fancier, more expensive options:
1) You can buy mics that are individually calibrated and come with calibration files.
2) If you have an Audyssey (especially XT32) receiver, you can get an Audyssey Pro kit, which comes with a individually calibrated mic, mic amp, and stand.
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I found this mic http://cross-spectrum.com/measurement/calibrated_umik.html and this thread https://www.avsforum.com/t/1449924/simplified-rew-setup-and-use-usb-mic-hdmi-connection-including-measurement-techniques-and-how-to-interpret-graphs I'm thinking maybe this is a good place to start. What do you think?

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Sorry I should have been more specific. Brian and Enrico are great. It was geared more towards you guys the neighborhood experts. So much support on here for the big dogs such as the FV15HP's F25's... Jim I know you have a dedicated thread in another forum.

There's a ton of love for the LV12R. confused.gif

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Sorry I should have been more specific. Brian and Enrico are great. It was geared more towards you guys the neighborhood experts. So much support on here for the big dogs such as the FV15HP's F25's... Jim I know you have a dedicated thread in another forum.

Yes. I agree. I think it is time to split the thread as it is really moving too fast. I am open to proposals.
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Make an official Rythmik 12" thread for your twelve inch subwoofers?
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Yes. I agree. I think it is time to split the thread as it is really moving too fast. I am open to proposals.

Uh oh I hope I didn't stir the pot rolleyes.gif

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Yes. I agree. I think it is time to split the thread as it is really moving too fast. I am open to proposals.
Perhaps just more aggressively fork OT subjects into new or existing threads. Or, start an official thread for each model, but that may be tough when a lot of the discussions are about which model to get. Of course, those could continue to happen here.
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Uh oh I hope I didn't stir the pot rolleyes.gif

It's all your fault and we love you for it as you posed an excellent point.

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Yes. I agree. I think it is time to split the thread as it is really moving too fast. I am open to proposals.

I'm not so sure I agree with you here Brian; this thread should be for all things Rythmik. I can't think of a single manufacturer who has different "owner" threads based upon sub-categories of the same product range. That would lead to confusion more than anything else. For example, what happens if someone starts to look at an LV12R and then realizes it may not be sufficient for his needs? He then has to repost everything in a new thread just because he might be considering an FV15 instead? Not a good idea IMHO. And how would you even break it up? Sealed vs ported? 12" vs 15". Single driver vs dual driver?

This thread is very active -- no doubt about it -- but some of that can be attributed to the fact it tends to drift off topic and get into non-Rythmik subwoofer side conversations. It might be worthwhile to restate your intended purpose for this thread and see if that will stick. The thread would be more manageable that way. Just my 02 though...

 
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Make an official Rythmik 12" thread for your twelve inch subwoofers?

I think that would be a good idea to have individual threads for 12" and 15" subs. I think it would be best to have the threads started by someone who is currently active in this thread. That way updates such as new models and links to settings could be added or changed when needed. I would suggest Brian start the threads but I believe company owners and employees are not able to start threads about their products. If that is incorrect then having Brian or Enrico start the threads would be best IMO.

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In my opinion, breaking it up into 12" and 15" products would be sufficient.

As an example, look at the traffic in the PSA thread vs the Triax thread. It's not uncommon in other product forums to split product lines and sometimes, split them further as interest in single products develop.
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I think I would help myself out if I picked up a good mic and software to take some measurements. Any recommendations for both that don't cost an arm and a leg?

You could try this microphone with Home Theater Shack's REW software. This is a calibrated USB microphone for $75. Therefore, all you need is the microphone, a computer and a cable to get the computer's audio output into your system. The most current beta version of REW is set up to automatically see this microphone and use the calibration file provided with the microphone to set it up and calibrate for SPL measurements.

This makes for a very simple and inexpensive measurement system setup. I recently got the mic myself and it has worked great with REW. The USB cable that it comes with is a little shorter than ideal for this sort of thing, and it would be helpful to have a proper mic stand (the one it comes with only elevates the microphone several inches). With those items in mind, I highly recommend it.
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In my opinion, breaking it up into 12" and 15" products would be sufficient.

Perfect. Since I only have a pair of "lowly" F12's I can go there and get out of this macho thread filled with big boys. smile.gif

My advice would be to edit the first post or two to include FAQ's like basic setup advice on the controls, proper settings using AVRs, output vs. model, etc. Or maybe a thread on setup vs. one on models, sales, and more general stuff.

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You could try this microphone with Home Theater Shack's REW software. This is a calibrated USB microphone for $75. Therefore, all you need is the microphone, a computer and a cable to get the computer's audio output into your system. The most current beta version of REW is set up to automatically see this microphone and use the calibration file provided with the microphone to set it up and calibrate for SPL measurements.

This makes for a very simple and inexpensive measurement system setup. I recently got the mic myself and it has worked great with REW. The USB cable that it comes with is a little shorter than ideal for this sort of thing, and it would be helpful to have a proper mic stand (the one it comes with only elevates the microphone several inches). With those items in mind, I highly recommend it.

Sweet thanks! I'll look into this as well.

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Fwiw, I would prefer it all as a single Rythmik thread. I learn a lot from everybody.

I second DonH's suggestion for editing post #1
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Keep all Rythmik discussions regardless of sub model in one single thread, please.

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+1 I'm down for a single Rythmik thread.


It's only been a couple of weeks since Brian received a boatload of FV15HPs and they're already sold out? Wow.
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