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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-17-16, 04:48 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Well, if there's a function that's built in to the design, you might as well do what you can. I'm not super familiar with KK's designs so I don't know about the 3D pulsar thing.


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-17-16, 04:34 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Never knew that. What does he say about not stacking them? Putting them in different locations for example.


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-17-16, 04:33 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

I would think the bottom sub would have more output being closer to a room boundary.



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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-17-16, 04:30 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

I'm assuming you're stacking them due to floor space?
I think KK would have the best information.


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-14-16, 01:47 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Does it sound hot to you? Lol. That's a matter of taste of course. I set mine for 82. It's a balance for me, since I like my music with a little more bottom, but I like movies a little flatter. I...
Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 08:00 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

It would be hard to tell. You'd need someone to adjust while you stayed in the LP. My guess is since they're close to the mains, you'd want to take the bottom sub out by only a few degrees. Then the...
Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 07:40 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Not necessarily. Thats just a good starting point. That's an important adjustment tool. Especially with multiple subs. Also to my knowledge, older versions of audyssey, like ours don't do much in the...
Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 07:29 PM
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Posted By willis7469
KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

That probably just means 0degrees. You might have to adjust one of them so they measure the same. Then set distance, and/or let audyssey do its thing. Still using the 805?


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 07:07 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Not sure which audyssey you have, but I would do it manually first anyways. Then audyssey has less to screw up.


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 06:54 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

I'll assume you're only looking for extra output vs smoothing. I would say phase adjustments per sub so they measure the same, and maybe a distance adjustment in the avr to tighten up the impulse...
Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 04:09 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Anything with a punchy kick drum. They normally have good 50hz information.


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Forum: Home Audio Subwoofers   02-12-16, 04:03 PM
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Posted By willis7469
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

I've never co-located subs before, but I'm sure it will sound like only having one sub with the exception of more output. The benefit of 2 is placing them in different locations. As far as reading...
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