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Is it possible to sit too close to your subwoofer? How close is too close? Or does it not matter? I'm thinking of placing it about 1 foot behind our seats(between seats and rear wall). If it matters, it would sit on top of our riser. Thanks.
 

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Like this close? :)





Seriously, the only thing that concerns me is placing the sub on the riser. It seems like the bass will resonate cause a slow and sloppy sound. Though I'm no expert or anything, that's just speculation.
 

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To me, the closer the better. Just calibrate properly. It's your speaker symmetry that is more important.
 

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Originally Posted by ransac /forum/post/0


To me, the closer the better. Just calibrate properly. It's your speaker symmetry that is more important.


Do you use a saddle with your plus 2 or ride her bare back?
 

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Originally Posted by RMK! /forum/post/0


Do you use a saddle with your plus 2 or ride her bare back?

I can't tell you what kind of attachments I have. Let's just say my wife doesn't mind having that big, ugly box in the living room.
 

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Yep, I've seen plenty of subs placed directly behind the couch/sofa. If you get any unpleasant resonations or excessive vibrations from the riser, you could always try placing an auralex subdude under it. From what I've read, they work well.


TG
 
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