Dual Seaton Submersive HP on the way!
Originally Posted by jamiebosco
After seeing the "after" measurements after Enrico's first visit it was obvious the Cap1400 was in for a very tough time! I think most would have stopped there, it was great to see you go that extra yard to ensure you would be left with no doubts - which almost certainly leads to early and unnecessary "upgrades". Well done man!!
Originally Posted by Magibeg
I'm not sure why so many are surprised with the performance of the Submersive. If you look through the forums at some old sub gtg's the subm almost always comes out on top in blind tests. Having owned one and now having dual 21's, it really is incredible how much performance the subm delivers.
To be honest I was a bit surprised myself at the results. But for reasons explained in this thread there were factors at play that neutralized the advantages the Cap would have had over the Submersive HP. That was exactly the purpose of the testing and biting the bullet on paying the shipping costs so that there was no doubt left. The more I am listening to the Submersives the more it's confirming that they were the right choice for my room.
It also confirms that you can cannot blindly make a recommendation or choice based on output numbers.
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Subwoofers: Dual Rythmik FV18s Rev2 with Paper cone, BOSS Platform mini riser, 2 BK LFE
Speakers: PSA MTM-210 L/C/R - Klipsch 250S Surrounds, PSA MT 110sr Rear Surrounds, 4 x SVS Prime Elevation for Atmos
Video: Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB; Room: 2100 cuft sealed on suspended floor
Receiver & Players: Denon X4400H, Oppo UDP-203, Roku Ultra. Apple TV, Minidsp 2X4 HD
Last edited by imureh; 07-30-2017 at 09:40 AM.