Join Date: Jun 2018
Location: Pebble Beach Ca
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I just finished my 1st calibration (1st of many I am sure
) of the VTF-3 MK5 and holy cow! This thing is a beast as well as a subtle lamb depending on what you throw at it. The movie Deepwater Horizon sounded like a different movie. It is a new sensation to be able to feel the bass as well as hear it. The 1st big explosion in the movie where the explosions cascade down the room is felt 1st and then comes in with deep precise gut level booms and then the sharp tight ricochets of the shrapnel flying around. Awesome!
It does take a little getting used to having the lower frequencies now audible compared to the old Millenia's I had which dropped like a rock at 60Hz. It is similar in some aspects to my old sealed ULS-15 MK-2 but seems to go deeper and with a bit more oomph. It is bigger! Definitely as clean and tight as the ULS 15. The best part is all of the tuning options this sub offers. I can run it as if sealed or open both ports and let it rip.
I am going to do some REW sweeps this weekend and I will post them. This is a very cool Sub woofer!
Sony-UBP X-800, Roku Ultra 4K
Speakers-Monitor Audio Silver 300's, Center-MA Silver C350, Surrounds-MA Silver FX
Sub Woofer-VTF-3 MK5