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  1. Subwoofers, Bass, and Transducers
    Here’s the situation, I’ve got 2 CX122’s 1400w boss subs, they are hooked up in a 2ohm configuration and I want to get the most out of them. Currently I have the Boss AR1500m amp and I believe it’s not giving me the most out of my subs. So I bought the Boss PV3700. Talking to Boss Audio Systems...
  2. Subwoofers, Bass, and Transducers
    Would there be any value in setting up a couch with two bass transducers attached to the extreme left and right sides of it? Many discussions about bass frequencies claim that it is non-localized, though to me it's pretty clear where a subwoofer is located in a room. it seems to me that if a...
  3. DIY Speakers and Subs
    Hello I have a single ScanSpeak Discovery 26W/4558T 10" Subwoofer. The Power rating is as follows: 100h RMS noise test (IEC 17.1) ............ 150W Long-Term Max Power (IEC 17.1).......... 350W How do these ratings compare to traditional RMS & Peak values? Am i to interpret these ratings as...
  4. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    I already have these speakers and would like to know if i can use an amp in the range of 50-75 watts. The thing is that i'm just gonna use this set up to listen my vinyls on a turntable and i'm not the kind of guy that listens to very loud music. My first choice is the Onkyo A-9050, but i...
  5. Receivers, Amps, and Processors
    I have an old Pioneer XC-P410m receiver, a Sony SA-W2500 powered subwoofer, and two S-P410v speakers (which are 8 ohms). The setup that I have is wires going from the receiver to the sub (into the speaker line inputs) and then wires going from the sub to the speakers. The manual on the receiver...
  6. Speakers
    Just wanting to replace basic speakers in car. They are 6X9 in. The new radio is only rated at 17W, and that's adding! the 4 spkrs., which I know isn't a true value. Regardless, dilemma is finding a simple pair of spkrs. that's not rated at a billion Peak watts! (ha) I really find it not...
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