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  1. Thank you all for your input! I'll do some measurements and write up my setup soon Thanks
  2. [please bear in mind i'm a hifi novice] apologies if this has been covered already... i did a bit of research and the arguments are mainly between mono vs dual setups using he same subs/brands i currently have a paradigm seismic 110 subwoofer. it's tight, responsive and does the job, but the lower frequencies fall by the wayside. i was thinking of getting a larger paradigm sub to cover the lower frequencies, say a 12 or 15" and adjust the crossover to cover the lowest frequencies. is this valid or am i completely office. thanks for your input sk
  3. Awesome Thanks for confirming. Lemme see if I can get that sub on a deal Thanks Sk
  4. Hey Just wanted to confirm whether adding 2 subs to my system would be as easy as getting a sub out splitter for the cable? Found a good second sub for sale and thinking of going dual. Thanks for your help Sk
  5. I have one of these. It's awesome! I'm tempted to go dual
  6. Tried Laphroaig triple wood? Cheap and very good if you like mild peat.
  7. wow. just the advice i was looking for. i have a paradigm seismic (10") in my 3x5m bar. bass response is good, but rattling and shaking of the walls outside is nuts. the structure is 1 single layer of bricks with 'acoustic' plaster-boards lining the insides. there's an elevation in the flooring with timber supports, and the rest is just floor boards on concrete. do you think any of the above suggestions will work for this issue? i probably need to line the doors etc? (when playing j. cole = middle child (i will probably get some 🙄) - the house was moving along too... 😮) thanks sk
  8. hi just saw this and thought i'd jump in with my $0.02. this is probably overkill for your needs, but you can go with SANUS. they offer corner mounting, flexible, and also fixed. bear in mind they are very expensive, but insane heavy duty quality. got one set up in my bar holding a 65" tv (pinned through some bricks). https://www.sanus.com/en_US/ very expensive, but you do pay for the quality. the mount i have weights 15kg or so on it's own. have a look on ebay, you can get some good deals there esp if you are ebayplus member good luck
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