I'm sure this is one of those "try it yourself and see" questions, but I'm interested in others experiences as well.
I have a Velodyne CHT-12, which is a bottom of the line'ish 12" velodyne sub. It fills my new home theater quite well and really seems to keep up quite well when listening to music. But I'm wondering.... I have an ADCOM GFA-555 that, bridged is 600 watts. Right now it is hooked to my mains and the wiring is a bit of a pain the way I have things set up, so I'm not interested in unhooking it unless I have good reason....
If I were to use a GFA-555 as a sub amp for my Velo rather than the internal sub amp, would I see improvement in accuracy and output? Or.... Is sub output and accuracy more a function of driver and enclosure design? Would I just have more output with a bunch of port noise?
I don't seem to ever be able to stop trying to tweek things. What have you guys done to me?
(Got some serious listening coming up this afternoon that won't help either...more to come on that I'm sure)