Originally Posted by chucky7
Assuming that you have a regular, non-AT, projector screen, the easiest way for you to add 2 more Cap 4000ULF would be to put the stacked master and slave Submersives combo at where your current slave locations, then put the Cap 4000ULFs at where the masters are. This way, the Cap 4000ULFs won't fire into the room. You can go with the regular 4000ULFs or the 4000ULF-TLs.
Alternatively, you can also put the stacked master and slave Submersives combo at the current master locations. Then you just put 2 4000ULF-LP/STs at where the slaves are.
Either of the choices above are very easy to implement. I recommend still getting a miniDSP to that you can adjust each sub independently.
Originally Posted by basshead81
I agree with Chuck on the alternative option. Stack your Submersives in the locations by the seats, then put the Cap4000's up front. I would also recommend installing some "oh ****" handles on all seats!!
Thanks for the input. I noticed that there was no recommendation for just one 4000ULF!
For some reason, I have this vision that the room will be flexing like the walls in the hall at the end of the Matrix when Neo realized he was "The One".
What is the current recommended MiniDSP model, and I assume I would need two?
Regarding the recommendations, I do in fact have a non-AT screen. The only limitation I have with the recommendations is that the four SubMersives do not match; 2 are flat black, and two are black oak. To summarize and be sure I understand the recommendations, in what I think is the order of preference:
: Stack the four SubMersives behind the screen wall, and place two 4000ULF or 4000ULF-TL in the locations behind the seats.
Option 1 Comment
: Since the SubMersives do not match, this IS optimal aesthetically. I could use the 4000ULF-TL, dropped right where the existing SubMersive HP's are located. Alternatively, I could use the 4000ULF-ST model horizontally and place the Noesis 212 HT surround speakers on top of the subwoofer. The current Noesis stands are 18" tall, and the ST model is 28" high, so the tweeter would be raised by 10" for these surround speakers. The standard 4000ULF would not fit without relocating the chairs in that area.
: Stack the four SubMersives behind the seats on the sides of the rooms, and place two 4000ULF standard units behind the screen wall, with the ports facing the side walls.
Option 2 Comment
: Since the SubMersives do not match, this IS NOT optimal aesthetically.
: Proposal: How about the rear wall of the room? I could use the 4000ULF-ST model horizontally and place the Triple 12 HT rear surround speakers on top of the subwoofer.
Thanks so much for the input.