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  1. REW Forum
    So I intended to put my subwoofer in MLP today and move the mic, but it actually was easy enough to move the 100 lb HSU sub after my tailbone healed. I have 6 main positions around the front stage, since I do not want to sacrifice rear space with a primary sub (it is a kids play and yoga...
  2. REW Forum
    It's amazing the differences a sub crawl can make. I recently built a sonosub, and it sounded 'off' where it was, I left it for awhile, assuming I was just nuts. Today I went 'nuts' and rearranged my entire home theater to find out the best place to stick the monster... Here's what I found...
  3. Home Audio Subwoofers
    Alright I plan on doing a sub crawl one of these days but have a few questions. So I need to move my couch and place the sub on the floor where I sit? Or do I need to place the sub on top of the couch where I sit and then do the crawl?
  4. Home Audio Subwoofers
    How does the sub crawl method apply to dual subs? I understand the concept well for placing one sub but I'm not sure where to best place the other one. I know it's quite room specific but should dual subs oppose each other? Construction on my theater should start soon but I'm planning on...
  5. Home Audio Acoustics
    I have a crawl space under my house that is as big as my living area. I have hardwood floors that are nailed down to my subfloor. I was thinking about having spray foam insulation blown in the top of my crawl space/bottom of my subfloor. It is the kind where once you spray it expands. This will...
  6. System Setup and Connection
    HOW does the subwoofer crawl test work, in physical and acoustical terms? I know how to go about it, placing the sub at the prime Listening Position (LP), right up on the couch or the Lazy Boy, and then playing music through it, or LF sine sweeps if you really trust your judgment, and crawling...
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