So I just ordered an SVS PB-1000 to replace my 9ish year old BIC H-100.
Side note...that sub has been great for the price, daily use for 9 years and hasn’t skipped a beat. I just wanted to upgrade to a nicer sub.
Back to the question. My sub location is in a corner behind my TV, so it’s not visible and the only location in the room it can go.
I was planning on replacing the H100 with the SVS and just relegating the H100 to garage duty. But, was doing some reading around and saw people mentioning stacking subs.
Visually, with two different subs it wouldn’t look great typically, but they’d be hidden by my TV stand and TV. The biggest question would be if they’d even remotely sound good that way and/or if it would just be overpowering.
I don’t want to diminish the new subs performance either.
My LCR is just a modest NHT setup, which is currently being run as a 3.1.
If you stack them you will probably gain output from about 30hz on up, but might lose a measure below that due to phase cancellations. As for sound quality, two might be similar to one, or perhaps a bit worse.
All you would need to get to try stacking is an RCA splitter and a new short length of cable, probably