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3 or 4 subs are better yet to confront in-room peaks and dips. If using two make sure they are in opposite ends of the room.
Will it cause more problems than it's worth, if I add a second one but it's in close proximity to the first?
I've been running a pair of Power Sound Audio (Tom Vodhanel's company...one of the guys who founded SVS) sealed 1500 subs with the 3.6s for a few years. I agree that two are better than one.
I've been in the game a long time. Trust me, for planars and OB speakers, this is what you want:
Are they pretty musical and fast? I have been eyeballing his subs for awhile now.
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