On the positive side I have the single RS2 hooked up and it does add that missing low frequency power I was looking for. But the Seaton felt a little “quicker” with what sounds like more ability to “stop”..
I have not set up my DSP for the RS2 so it should only improve from here. I will also see what audyssey does wi Th it but generally I turn audyssey off and just use my DSP to add PEQ filters.
Some gunshots, like the first gunshot in Blade Runner 20149, sound a bit too tubby (bloated bottom end) right now.
But boy do I have low end in spades with five of the 7 JTR 18” woofers engaged (one RS2 not set up yet).
My thought on the amp is that it’s not defective but it just has low SPL hum. From about seven feet away it is not audible due to the fan on my projector. When the projector is off I can hear it, faintly, from that distance.
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7.4.6 system: Processors:Marantz 8805 || Xilica XP4080 Amps: Parasound A31 and ATI AT528NC & AT526NC n-core ||Speakers: Procella P8 LCR, Procella P5/P5 in-wall
Subs: JTR Captivator subs: One S2, Two RS2, One S1
Screen: 2.40:1 Seymour XD Acoustically Transparent, 128" diagonal / 118" wide || Projector: JVC X570/RS420