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    Paradigm Persona Sub

    One way to get more family support of having large subwoofers is to hide them under the tv, inside a cabinet. left channel -- subwoofer 1 -- center -- subwoofer 2 -- right channel (Please see attached photo). The problem is there’s not much room, and everything’s fairly squeezed. Also, the subwoofers would be placed inside a built-in wall cabinet (the front would be covered by a fabric, the sides and top plywood, and the back a wall). I know this arrange will be far from ideal, but my question is how much of an impact should I expect compared to placing it in the ideal opposing corners setup? Is it a problem having the two subwoofers (1) so closer together and (2) placed into an enclosure?
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    Paradigm Persona Sub

    Now, the Paradigm Persona Sub is out of the running. But I still want to get something on the smaller side physically. How about JL's E-Sub e112-GLOSS? It looked to be pretty well reviewed on this site https://data-bass.com/data?page=system&id=104 http://www.jlaudio.ca/e112-gloss-home-audio-e-sub-powered-subwoofers-96279
  3. I'm considering the Paradigm Persona Sub. http://persona.paradigm.com/persona/specs.php?model=persona-sub It's a six 8-in driver design, 1700W RMS 3400W peak power I wanted to get some first-hand impressions or feedback of the product. A lot of people I talked to either love or hate it, but few seem to have actually used it. How is it? I will be using it 70% for HT and 30% for music.
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