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Purchased two psw303ís at a very good price and I am thinking about running the two subs in my ht setup, or selling them for a profit. Iím currently running one psw350 paired with rti38ís, csi40, fxi30ís. Room size is probably considered medium size. The 303ís are factory sealed so I really hate to open them up if Iím not going to see much improvement in bass impact/sound over the one psw350.
Any advice/input would be appreciated.
06-12-2004, 07:23 PM
stacking the subs gives you +6 db of output
06-18-2004, 04:52 AM
If it were me I would put the 2 303's in each front corner of the room and run them off the preouts for the front channels and run the other sub you have in the rear of the room and run it off the rear preouts, in your set up menu on your amp select no sub and have the LFEs and front channel bass to your subs in the front (or opt to send the LFE and front channel bass to the sub out and run both subs of the sub outout), the benefit of the first of the two options is true stereo bass but either option gives you a very noticable difference with bass coming from all around as movies nowadays have full range signals going to all channels, you do need to select large speakers in your amp menu to take advantage of the full signal.
Stereo bass rocks, I have at times had an active speaker on every channel and beleive me, it is impressive. At the least open the box and experiment with settings and placement, its a fun day and wont make too much difference in the unlikely event of you wanting to onsell.
Thanks for the info. and your time to post it.
I'll try the stereo and stacking configs and see what works best for my setup.
06-19-2004, 12:32 AM
Let us know how you get on and what you like.
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