Originally Posted by rom_2305
between the construction with 3 subwoofer and the construction with 6 subwoofer there really is a big difference?
you find that the 2 subwoofer nf really bring a value compared to the boss at home?
There's quite a few difference between
's BOSS 1.0 and BOSS 2.0 so it will likely be hard to determine how much more the 3 extra drivers contributed to his overall BOSS experience when looking at just those 3 drivers alone.
The differences from what I know are below....Sekosche may have some additional info or corrections...
1.0 had two separate stacked platforms, one for his Crowson MA's and then that platform was stacked on top of the BOSS platform. 2.0 has just the BOSS platform by itself now with the couch and MA's resting directly on it. This by itself will tend to make the BOSS effect more direct and natural feeling by eliminating 1 degree of freedom the MA platform was adding to the system.
2.0 has both cantilevered and traditional under-the-couch BOSS driver placements....3 drivers under and 3 drivers cantilevered. This will likely result in more dynamic bounce of the platform from the additional shaker potential plus the added lever action gained by the bigger 2.0 platform if supported correctly underneath to maximize the lever action
With the larger surface area of 2.0, it will react even more to his VNF subs right behind the couch for added TR.
Additionally, with 2.0, the cantilevered BOSS platform he now has could be used to add a shelf behind the couch over the cantilevered drivers and place his VNF's on top of that shelf for added BOSS TR plus PV TR.
So, not only did Sekosche add 3 additional BOSS drivers, there's a lot more differences that will enhance the overall BOSS experience in addition to those 3 drivers alone.