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Yes, I am referring to your "main" home theater whether it is a living/family/entertainment room setup or a separate dedicated theater room with multiple rows. If you have a living/family/entertainment room home theater and and separate dedicated theater room, vote based on how many subwoofers you have in your dedicated room. Basically, vote based on the "best" setup you have.Are we counting living/family/entertainment rooms too? Or just separate dedicated theater rooms with rows of seating?
I'm the former, and only have one (HSU VTF15-MK2). One day I'll have an actual theater with 4 subs
Maybe do a little more research on that, it's a myth..Smaller driver (10in) = better control
I'm not one of those Floyd Toole cultists, but excuse me if I believe him over you on this one. Again, smaller = more musical/faster/more control is complete myth.For the same SPL one has to use multiple smaller subwoofers to match the Vd , not just the Sd of a bigger sub.
The penalty for more musical subwoofer is the increased price of the multiple subwoofers. It's usually x3 more expensive to use multiple smaller subs to match the Vd of a much bigger subwoofer.
That's the nature of audio - for any gain there is a penalty.
Servos are a holdover from a time when woofer suspensions weren't as good as they are today. With apologies to Rythmik, they aren't really needed anymore.Subwoofer cone control is a well known issue.
It is audible too if you haven't heard it (pun intended)
Cone control issues are the ONLY reason why servo subs exist. The servo system tries to mitigate the cone movement erratic behavior after that deviation gets registered by the subwoofer servo amplifier.
C'mon, now you're just trolling. Noone said Rythmik makes bad subs, just that servo tech is not needed with modern drivers. Go do some homework and you will see some of your ideas on subwoofers are mistaken. Don't just stick your head in the sand and assume you know everything.Yes, not everybody can justify the higher price. Most people opt out of buying a servo subwoofer and with the savings they get a soundbar
BTW.. Rythmik G25HP Direct Servo subwoofer (Dual opposed 15" sealed audiophile sub with 1800WRMS amplifier) has been reviewed by Jim Wilson on December 29, 2018 from the AVS forum and is currently being rewarded with AVS 2018 Top Choice Award.