Originally Posted by RayGuy
I'd be tempted to go with the SSW-10 and hang it on the wall, or hide it under a chair, out of the way of any wheelchair accidents.
First off, I appreciate all those who took time to provide help with this!!!
After much consideration, I'm going to go with the Monoprice SSW-10 since the room is so small. I can try it under my son's bed to keep it out of harm's way, as suggested. I have looked around for a used SVS SB12-NSD but none are to be found and I want to put something in his room now. If the slim sub is not up to par, I’ll replace it.
I'm hesitant on the JBL sub since I just installed JBL SP8Cii speakers in the ceiling and was not happy with the sound. I made boxes above them in the attic in hopes of getting better sound without success. I will be replacing them with the Polk MC80 s this weekend.
Currently, there is medium pile carpeting in his room but I will be replacing the flooring in his room with laminate once my kitchen remodel is complete. In the interim, should I lay the Monoprice directly on the carpeting or put something under it?
Also, I failed to mention I’m powering the sound in his room with a Sonos Connect amp. I cut in a new electrical receptacle in the ceiling of his closet, then installed the Sonos Connect on the top shelf of the closet shelving (just 12” below electrical receptacle), then ran speaker wires to the in-ceiling speakers. There is a subwoofer out connection on the back of the amp so I’m debating if I want to run a cable or go wireless. A wired connection will require me to run a 25’ sub cable from the amp, into the attic, over 10’, cut a hole into the top plate, then run a wire down, and since it’s a wall between his bedroom and the garage, I would most likely encounter a horizontal block. What are your thoughts?
Thanks - Mark