woohoo. I got my new s1500's. They were at my door in 48 hours!
I am glad I didn't get the s3000i's. These are small and blend right into my room.
right now I do not have my denon avr so I had to use a splitter to feed them both. I did a quick measurement below. the greens are each sub and the red is with them both together. I know very little about rew and have not calibrated the spl on my mic yet so I am sure those levels are not accurate(I was not playing them very loud) but it does give a nice idea of what 2 vs one sub can do. I also did one sweep with the door open and it was all over the place.
this could be in my head but it seems like the whole room sounds better. the dialog seems more clear and I can hear the direction of the sounds better. The bass is pretty transparent up until there is a scene that calls for a lot of base and then there is a healthy rumble and the whole room shakes. :-) I have a number of rattles that need addressed.
my next plans are to learn how to properly use rew and work on speaker placement and room treatments.
klipsch rf82's, rc62, rb51, r-112sw sub
80" vizio M801D-A3
denon x4100 in a 14x13x9 dedicated room.
Last edited by parish8; 12-04-2015 at 09:18 PM.