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Originally Posted by JosephTonyStark
Yeah, that's what I've heard. Think that same character trait would be there with the new Neo drivers?
My original plan was to get a second S1801 but I think I prefer the idea of working up to 4 15s in the form of the S3012.
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I wonder if Tom is going to rework the DSP on the S3612 for more extension with the new drivers. Just remember placement is key with any sub regardless of its natural frequency response. My 3600's measured differently from the front of the room compared to the rear of the room. In front of the room they would drop sharply at 17hz and then room gain would kick in and bring them up and extend. In the rear of the room they slowly drop and extend. On measurement, it looks like they are 2 completely different subs, hence placement is key. I also had the S3000I sub and it is the hidden gem in PSA'a line up but the S360# series sub will always sound and feel like the bigger sub. The bigger the driver the more weight to the sound, thats what I noticed when I went from a 12 to 15 to 18 to 21inch drivers.
Equipment List: Benq W6000, Darbee DVP-5000S Video Processor, JKP Affinity 100 inch 16x9 .9 gain reference screen, Marantz SR7013 Receiver, 3-Marantz Ma700 and 2-Ma6100 monoblocks, 7.4.2 Atmos, B&W Nautilus 805 front speakers, B&W Nautilus HTM2 center speaker, 2 Volt 6 Atmos Speakers, Mirage HDT-R side speakers, Jamo THX surround one rear speakers, 2 LaVoce 21inch Neo DIY subs and 2 PSA S3600I'S.
Last edited by Mike Butny; 09-30-2019 at 12:26 AM.