I saw an ad for this in Stereophile last night and it caught my eye. I don't recall anyone on the forum mentioning this (or the author for that matter) but the infomation was eerily familiar. He was mentioning the importance of the room (including its size and shape), the importance of acoustic treatments and even referenced the effect of the outside temperature on what you hear inside. And when I read that a properly set up $10K system will sound vastly superior to an improperly set up $100K system, I started poking around his web site anticipating a purchase.
I was all set to place an order when I stumbled upon this little tidbit: "Tip #29: For home theaters, why one great subwoofer is often inferior to two lesser units" Out of all the things I read, this was the first that seemed to contradict the conventional wisdom here. Naturally, only the tip topics are mentioned. I'm sure the details and further explanations of these tips are reserved for the pages of the book (or spoken on the DVDs).
Has anyone read this book (or viewed these DVDs)? Can you elaborate on why his views of two lesser subs in better than one great sub in a home theater?