So I am interested in doing an upgrade to my sound system. I basically want to go with something better. I currently have:
This deal HERE has basically caught my eye and I REALLY WANT TO SWITCH! My question to you...
and soon to be coming SVS PB1000
My cf-50's are rated up to 250w and my Denon is 95wpc @.07thd
they sound great but techinally are they under powered? Can I run these speakers with, lets say for the sake of this conversation, a 300 or 400w amp and get...
I know this topic has been beat to death but i just biamped my system and noticed a significant difference. even switched back and forth a few times to make sure it wasnt just me. whats that all about. if all the experts are saying its passive and doesnt do anything.
Its definetly cleaner...
Energy cf-50's (mains)
sub, center and surrounds are sony (htib) to be replaced
rm sz- 2000cu.ft,
The "Merlin" wizard at the SVS site suggested the PB12-plus for a "match" with my speakers. but it never asked me about cubic ft. of the listening room. I thought that odd.
I have Energy cf-50's and they say allow 100hrs of breakin time, does that mean if i crank them before 100hrs i'll damage them or that they just wont sound as good cuz they havent opened up yet? Its killin me to wait 100hrs to let them fly alittle bit. advice appreciated.
sony sub (htib sub) small 8"
listening rm. 2000 cubic ft.
buying a svs pb1000 so im assuming my crossover set up will change then.
right now mains & sub are all at 80hz. thanks advice is appreciated with this setup and after the pb1000 gets here.
Hey guys, looking to upgrade from the 1326k. I've got about $2000 Canadian to spend. Running Energy veritas as fronts, klipsch 500b center, Martin Logan dynamo 700 sub and Energy cf-50's as rears looking for a little more power, mostly watch Bly Ray and play Xbox one. Like a warm sound, nice...
So my room is about 18x14x8, but it's got a weird shape to it. TV is on wall where chimney shaft is, then next to it is a closet and then it leads to the end of the room where there are three large windows that are angled next to each other. I've been very happy with my set up for a while, but...
My ears are not particularly happy with the sound I'm getting from my setup despite playing around with all the settings... I feel like I'm not getting an appreciable mid-range, (if that's the term?) . Music often either seems too treble-y, or too bassy, depending on the source material.