Originally Posted by climber07
Originally Posted by powerdubs
Thanks for the response, but that is not what I asked.
I am aware of sub crawl, set up, etc. – but available spots is available spots.
I literally have nowhere else I can put them so they are certainly still better than no subs at all. Again odd room not square and really no walls
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
That is exactly what you asked for. I'm not suggesting new locations, I simply stated that you should put the sub at the MLP and walk to the "available" spots in question to see how it sounds. Putting a sub on your couch (MLP) and walking up to the loft will tell you what the sub will sound like from the loft at the MLP. Doing this in conjunction with the other subwoofer turned on will tell you if you are creating a massive null at the MLP as well. The only other way to know how the sub will sound upstairs is to get a wireless adapter and put one there. No one can really tell you if it will sound good or not. Actual listening is just about the only way to go.
I agree with this. As crazy as it sounds, when I put a sub in each front corner or in the back of my living room I get a huge 7 ft deep null zone through the middle of the room. When I put a sub in the middle of the back of the room and have the two in the front corners the null zone vanishes. One of my Subs I can even change the direction it faces and get a 10 decibel decrease from the right side of the MLP to the left side of the MLP. I never knew how much affect a room has on bass prior to starting down this finally enjoyable rabbit hole. lol
Receiver: Denon AVR-X6300H, 7.3.4 Atmos: Subs: PSA 1 S7201, 2 V3611, Fronts: SVS Ultra Towers, Center: SVS Ultra Center, Surrounds: 4 SVS Ultra Bookshelves, Ceilings: 4 JBL 81C
TV: LeEco uMax85, Disc Player: Sony UBP-X700
HTC: Water Cooled, MB: Z170 Gaming G1, CPU: 6700K @ 4.5GHz, RAM: 64GB DDR4 3600, SSD: 1TB 960 EVO, 1TB M8Pe(G), HDD: 2x 12 TB, PSU: SuperNOVA 1000, GPU: 2080ti, Case: 909