So I have about five locations my sub can go in my living room. What kind of audio material would be best for testing the placement?
I'm not talking level calibration, I'm talking response.DIYer said:
Yeah! He can make use of that ceiling hook he uses for his pleasure swing! (May be weird to have it in the Living Room, but who are we to judge?) :teasing-tease:Rope said:Fine, make fun of the stupid guy, that's why they make come-alongs and block and tackles. You can put that sub where ever you want it. :happy-smileygiantred:
Great question. I imagine that if you can position the sub first and then arrange the furniture around it, that would be best. Good luck with the WAF score on that, though. :scared-yipes:Maximo said:My questions is, does furniture make that much difference in the base response? If nothing else I can move everything else, except my main seat (leather couch) back into the room and place the sub there. Pics tonight I swear.