over driving sub?
Ok, I had a rattle in my sub and thought it was the wires...dont think so. I finished my other full marty and the same thing is happening. used my other driver and the same driver. My guess is, Iam asking to much from sub?. it is in a huge room, but it will be going into a much smaller dedicated theater room. Whats strange is Iam running the inuke 3000 in stereo mode so at the most its pushing is probably 600 watts. I only ran one sub...never used both at the same time, will do that in the theater room. Not sure how the sub is bottoming out with just tickling the clip light at louder levels.
Have the sub level pretty high on yamaha aventage avr...around +7.
inuke is set to the 3:00 position.
manually level matched subs with speakers and distances, with an additional +4 for the subs.
subs, the new si ds4.
filter at 20
Rattle is only on intense bass scenes...pods emerge scene when the foot lands on pavement just before vaporizing the poor folks who never see it coming...tough to hear it, but if you put your ear close to box, its audible....and I decided to turn up the juice another 4 db, and you can hear it. I figure there would be no way to bottom out sub if the most juice thats going to the sub is probably 600 watts...am I missing something...probably shouldnt worry until I get it into the theater room but its bugging me and probably will bug me until I get it in the room, which could be a couple months.
My magnum 12's, mid bass modules, no rattle and I can put the hammer to those.
Last edited by mrcoop; 05-27-2016 at 05:57 AM.