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  1. Is the sub still in its original position (side wall)? In that size room, a PB-2000 with gain at 75% shouldn't be set at +7dB in the trim section to hit 75dB at the MLP unless it's in a bad spot (or the measurement method is faulty), I'd move it somewhere else. Your results are sort of all over the place (sorry), but personally I would start over from scratch. Move the sub up front if it's not already. Try front corners or either side of the center channel. Try it in different orientations - firing into the room and sideways etc. Use the quick measure fe
  2. For the small amount of difference it makes at 20Hz, I think I'd rather just save the 430mm floor space in this case
  3. The Autex Grenstuf Polyester insulation I use is 48kg/m3 density
  4. It's nice to see a fellow "Northside Brizzie" member on here! I'm at Petrie just down the road I'd jump on these very quickly!!!!
  5. Agreed, position 5 is definitely an improvement. ARC should be able to smooth that out
  6. WOW! lovely!.Just from the looks...if any speaker could possibly sound like a musical instrument - it's gotta be these. GLWTS!
  7. 4 subs corner or midwall placed is said to give the best seat to seat consistency over multiple rows of seating , the initial frequency response actually may NOT be very good/flat...BUT it will be the same or very similar at most seating positions. Time aligning/adding some delay to the closest subs and then using global EQ should then result in a smooth response at multiple seating locations. How many rows of seating do you have? How many seats do "care" about? Do you have a measurement mic? I have 3 x subs (2x on front wall,1x on a sidewall), and have a
  8. I like Polymax and Autex Greenstuff because it's 100% polyester
  9. 😊Nah, I'm by far the dumbest person on here and I worked out REW in a 1/2hr No matter what Processor you get, measuring first to make sure the subs and seating are in the best possible position to minimise how much EQ needs to be applied is still the best course of action IMHO
  10. This is just my opinion... First thing - grab a miniDSP umik-1 or Dayton umm-6 calibrated measurement mic - so you can actually SEE what's happening in your room. It really is indispensable when setting up subs. And more importantly, will help you properly integrate your subs with your speakers at the crossover point, which is critical to getting the "chest slam" you are after!, as this mostly resides in the midbass (IMHO) In a dedicated room, with only a single row of seating (and some flexibility in moving the seating forward or backwards slightly) you should get exce
  11. Crossing your Centre to the sub(s) over as high as 250Hz can work IF the subs are situated very close to the speaker, but looking at the room there looks to be around 4m distance between the Centre speaker - this would have to be localizable, and must sound a bit "off" having some of the vocal range/onscreen action coming from a source so far from the screen? 250Hz is also at the extreme limits of where a PB-2000 can play, they drop off pretty hard after that I would try moving the Sub underneath the table holding the centre speaker and rerun ARC and see how it sounds
  12. Dual PB-1000Pro's would have a significant advantage in the "chest slam/midbass" region over a single PB-2000,with dual 1000Pro's capable of around 120dB in this region. You could also easily add a PB-1000Pro to your existing PB-2000,as they would integrate well together. The PB-1000Pro is a big step up on the original PB-1000,and even greatly exceeds the PB12-NSD (predecessor to the PB-2000) and is an absolute bargain at around $900AUD
  13. An AT screen usually attenuates the treble range normally though right? Not under 300Hz which is more midbass/midrange
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