Originally Posted by Marc Alexander
I hesitate to disagree here. Tom Vodhanel (the V in SVS) is a legend and I have great respect for him. However, I have heard these speakers and believe a 80Hz crossover is too low. I wouldn't go below 100Hz and 120Hz is probably best. As you know, the crossover is a slope and not a brick wall. Here is the MTM-210 and V1801 amplitude response.
While I have not heard the 210Ts but have read multiple reports that they have significantly more midbass.
You may not be able to stack them vertically but you can horizontally, side-by-side. Yes, I feel it is worth trying. I'm not sure Tom V has any experience with RoomPerfect.
Thank you so so much Marc for your views on this, I really appreciate your knowledge!
Im going to try some of your ideas here.
Ive inclueded two pix of the for subs facing the front wall under the stage, it was this placement that removed the null in my centre row of three rows of three (total 12 seats). The centre row is the most important and where I take my focus 1 from. As the four subs are pretty much butted up to eachother, they almost cover the whole front wall, they are almost joined across the whole front. As you can see they are all on there sides, its the only way they fit inder the stage. As you can see in the subs pix I have two thick layers of rockwool on the side walls, plus one layer in the middle under the stage, should all these be removed to get the outside subs closer to the side walls?
There is a few things I could do, forget about that centre row null and face them all OUT, or maybe have two facing out and two facing to the front wall, what are your thoughts?
Ive also included a pix of the three behind the screen MTMs, these sit above the stage above the subs.
I have the LFE set to 120 and the speakers set to M 80. I will try your idea of the crossover for the speakers on 120, very exciting!
When I make the change "test" to 120 for the speakers I have to re run RP dont I?
Again thank you so much