Ok, I’m going with two FV15HP‘s. Now is the $40 for peq worth the money since my AVR has subwoofer peq?
The FV15HP used to come with the H600PEQ3 amp as standard amp and the H600XLR3 amp was a $40 upgrade amp. Now we decided to make the XLR3 amp standard in all our subwoofers so unless you need speaker level inputs, then go with the H600XLR3 amp which BTW has PEQ as well.For that amount I personally prefer to have it and not use it than need it and not to have it
How about the JTR Captivator 1200XS, can it perform better than the FV15Hp?
Go HERE and read away...Just a question, is there anything specific I will need to do once i get it / hook up to my receiver? Or just the MCACC auto tuning from my Pioneer Elite LX503? Thanks in advanced!
But I just wonder if the experiences above are common for other people as well? Also, is there any Rythmik subwoofer that can provide the benefits I experience over the SVS subwoofer, but in addition "hit as hard" as the SVS? And this without it getting physically a lot bigger?
Has anyone broken down one of the Rythmik subwoofer boxes and then successfully reassembled it?
While I never did reassembled them, since mines went to recycle. They fold down easily, once the tape is cut with a blade. Therefore, I do not see any problems to put them back together.
Mine still taking up my garage space after all these years.
I'm in the same boat but with REP Fitness trying to get a REP AB-5000 ZeroGap bench and some attachments for my power rack. Looks like subwoofers and strength training equipment are the most valuable and out of stock items these pandemic days
Wish her all the best from me, in this summer projectI need to clean up my fourth bedroom so I can start using my bench. I have a 300lb free weight set for my bars and another 50lbs of the smaller sized weights for my adjustable dumbbells. We used the room as storage during our renovation and still haven't found a place for everything, including the F18 boxes. It's the only room in my house that I haven't fixed up since moving in my house >10 years ago. My wife, who is off over the summer, claims the room will be her summer project. Tomorrow I will try taking the boxes apart (separating the inner and outer boxes) and folding them up, if possible. They're too big to fit into my attic as-is.
It depend, while some AVR's do have two subs output. Some use an internal Y-splitter for those two output, giving the same results as using a Y-splitter on one output.Before I get my two Rythmik’s, I have a question about utilizing my old PSB Subseries 9. My Yamaha can handle two subs, so I’m thinking of using a Y adapter on the two Rythmik’s and hooking up the PSB to the 2nd dedicated sub output. Since the Rythmik’s have separate EQ I was thinking this might work better than a Y adapter between one Rythmik and the PSB. However, because the Rythmik’s are significantly better than the PSB, I’ll lose the ability to eq the Rythmik’s separately and be forced to fix one of the subs only using its PEQ controls.
Also, is it a bad idea to run YPAO with two subs on a Y adapter- will the AVR try to fix things not understanding there are two separate subs on one output?
My Yamaha RX-A3060 is a true dual sub output. PEQ can be done independently on each one. But that’s not really my question, it’s what is the best way to hook up my 3rd sub, which doesn’t match the Rythmiks.If a true dual subs output, I would strongly advise to connect one sub on each output. While once the measurement are done, and the AVR will still adjust the as one. Many will adjust correctly the distance between each sub, depending of the calibration system (same as the Phase control do, to compensate the different distance and some calibration system are better than the other). Increasing the potential of not having to play with the Phase control, to achieve good results the first time.
Than, two subs that are the closest to MLP with a Y-splitter. Than measure with those two, to play with Phase control to adjust for the small difference of distance between the two. Once you got your first two subs perfectly, connect the third one into the second sub output and let your AVR take care of the rest.My Yamaha RX-A3060 is a true dual sub output. PEQ can be done independently on each one. But that’s not really my question, it’s what is the best way to hook up my 3rd sub, which doesn’t match the Rythmiks.
I think my best option is to have the Yamaha eq the two Rythmik’s as one, and the PSB (which will be on the other side of the room) as the second. I will then be able to do my REW measurements and try to dial in the Rythmik’s independently using their built in PEQ.