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  1. Last year, I sold my twin Danley DTS-10 subs, which in my room at the time, went down to 8 hz. they also vibrated stuff 3 rooms down the hall, which was stupid. I now have 3 Danley TH-50's which have a cutoff 10 Hz. higher at 18 Hz. in my new room. They seem to work better for 2.1 music and still have great impact for Blue Rays in 6.1. I have a new tapped horn design that should get me back down to single digits and an extra Crown K2 (I hate fans). Based on measurements and the STAR ratings here, am I missing too much????? Thoughts from other bassheads please!
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  3. Hi all. Searched through the forums and to my surprise, no discussion thread on these popular (and IMO great!) HT subs. Massive cabinets and massive low-end output, most powerful commercial sub I've listened to. Velodyne DDs and JL F113s are great too, and possibly more refined, but in terms of sub-bass impact and weight, this one I like the most.
  4. Folks, Some of you may have already responded to my other thread...and Thanks to all your advice I've now decided to embark on a (very ambitous for newbie) DIY subwoofer project. This new thread is just to seek a wider audience for guidance... The goal being to build the cleanest, high-fidelity sub possible in DIY... as the sub will be used mainly for music and should unobtrusively extend the range of the mains I plan to get (Genelec G Four / 8040). Following are the key requirements: 1. Building a High-fidelity, clean, distortion, rattle free and musical sub is the most importan
  5. Dear Folks, I've searched the forum for sub-recommendations and am now suffering from information overload and can't seem to make a list to even narrow down my choices and now I need your help to finalize a sub-woofer for a 5.1ch Home-theater with Active speakers. Center & Surrounds: Genelec G Three (consumer grade version of 8030) Left & Right: Genelec G Four (consumer grade version of 8040) The advantage with this setup is the G 4 paired with a good sub gets me a very good 2.1ch setup for music that performs at the G4 level and for movies the G 4 can easily match the level of
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