Thanks for the reply!
I'm going after better room response, it's always a downfall to running one sub. Plus listening to music is rare but sealed subs do so much better then low ported subs.
Just to clarify on amps, either will work and you don't need a highpass filter? (I really like that idea). And ~2 cuft per sub sealed is good to go. Just so if anyone reads this they know recommended box sizes.
I may meet halfway and run 4 nearfield and 2 in each front corner lol. It's hard for me to grasp the reason to run anything else if you're running something big nearfield. 8 nearfield seems better then 4 nearfield and 4 upfront in my mind, the 4 upfront are more effective nearfield so why run them? I am curious how 4 and 8 compares to my quadhorn, that thing blew my mind when i first got it going and it still does from time to time. I use an ottoman and it gives great tactical feel with my horn, heck the couch does too. I'm only good safely to 18/19Hz though and would like to go lower safely
The 8 12s seems like a great all around option for music/movies/midbass/ULF it's rare to have potentially one big box on one amp that can do everything.
- 6 BA CR6 array center channel, QSC AD-S82 L/R, 4 jbl 8330a surr , 8 jbl 12" subs w/Inuke 6000. JVC rs420, Denon x4000, Sony x800 -
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