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I'm getting some feedback that if I do a good sub setup I might have plaster falling in large chunks. I need as much info on this, as I don't think I'll be able to redo my home anytime soon...if ever.

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I have had structual damage to one wall were all my subs have sit over the past 8 years, the house was brand new when I moved in and was built by a quality builder. I think older houses are constructed a little bit better but if it was me, build the big sub and fix it later.
 

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I guess it would depend on what your setup is. It's definitely possible if you take it to the extreme. Experimenting with test tones I've broken crystal glasses, had the suspended ceiling tiles fall down, and made nails pop out of wall board. Watching movies has never caused an issue.
 

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I'll definately be going extreme. Whether I end up going IB or LLT, IB3 22 or MX 21, either way I will be moving lots and lots of air. I love to play with tones and push limits.
 
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