mantis wrote: »
I have ran 3 subs with no benefits. I tuned them all perfectly and where I sit I didn't get anything out of it.
I have a badass M&K THX certified Sub actually I have 2 of them and I ran one of them with my ST's. I felt when I turned off the ST's and just ran them full range I had a tad better performance but when all 3 where on I felt that I wasn't gaining anything.
More subs are for better coverage if you have coverage issues. In very large rooms 3 or 4 would work great but the room would have to be huge.
I usually spec on my jobs 2 always no matter what as I feel 2 always work together better then just one. I can get one to work well but not cover the room with all the seating perfectly like 2 does.
In some rare rooms I have used 4 and the room required it.
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