Originally Posted by rickcreel
In designing commercial and residential theaters, we use multiple subs. The thing to remember is that subs are non-directional. The idea is not to get "stereo" sound from the subs. Really, all you want is yoiur crossover to send the lower frequencies to the subs. The purpose of two is so you don't have to crank one all the way out and thus they both work easier. As for sound quality, the larger the speaker (18" comapare to 12'), the better the sound. Also, the more "throw" the sub has, the more air that it moves. This is what gives you feel. Time alignment with your other speakers (if your sstem allows that) is what will assist you in getting clearer sounds over muddy ones.
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for more information on designing a room for sound and placement of speakers. I hope this information helps.
Never heard of this before (from your web site): http://www.advancedaudiovideo.com/ho...erroomsize.htm
POINT 2 - Dimensions
If your room is 12W X 16'L X 8'H, notice that all of these dimensions share a common denominator of 4. This goes back to the same audio anomaly's mentioned in the previous point. However, you can change these figures by just 1 foot and eliminate many of these problems. You would also eliminate the "common denominator" factor.
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