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  1. How about the gsg devastator tuned to 28hz? Could I get by with one? Would it be clean and tight? Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  2. Building a shop. 30x50 with 10ft eaves. Approximately 20,000 cubic ft. I've got a pair of cornscalas. Need something for the low end. Will be 100% music no home theater no LFE. Size and aesthetics are not important. I can go big and ugly if needed. I'd like to keep costs under $2500. I would like to put an emphasis on tightness and accuracy over output but I'd still like to feel it. Right now I'm considering dual sealed 15s or dual sealed 18s if at my budget. I like the idea of dual hsu vtf 15h mk2. I like the idea of being able to seal the ports or remove if I want more output. I also like the dual PSA s1812 but it would be an expensive option. Also the psa s3612 but I'd only be able to get one. Also considering a DIY I've just never done one and not sure about how they would sound compared to the others. I've got carpentry skills but that's about the extent of my sub building skillset. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  3. I've been between 3 amps. Primaluna evo 300, ma252, and for an inexpensive option to potentially upgrade later the parasound newclassic 200. Leaning towards the primaluna Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  4. How about the mcintosh ma352? It's an integrated hybrid. Tube preamp with SS amp. I've been interested in the ma252 but haven't talked to anybody that's actually heard one. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  5. Initial plan was to do cerwin Vegas or jtr cabinets with some bass bins but I decided to scale back and do something that fits my decor a bit better Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  6. Central Texas near college station. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  7. I have yet to see any la scalas that get close the price of the cornwalls. I've been keeping eye open for a used set.
  8. I'm currently researching for an amp for a set of cornwall iv's. Anybody have experience with the mcintosh ma252? I've always thought mcintosh to be outside of my price range, but this is in integrated hybrid amp that retails at $3500.
  9. I really think either way im going to want to add a sub. I just may have to do it in a year or two. I think I'd rather get the 2.0 system exactly how i want it so i wont be wondering what if. I don't doubt that the dual tens have more bass than the single 15's, but if you look just solely at the sq inches of woofer i think the CW still has more area.
  10. Well, considering my budget and performance I think I've decided on the cornwalls. I emailed tom from PSA about implementing the s3612 and he actually suggested a cerwin vega bass bin el-36dp given the size of the room. It's a bit cheaper than the s3612 I was looking at, but I honestly have never looked into this type of sub.
  11. I think the Khorns and La Scalas will be out of budget. I'm interested in the Cornwalls. I could get the Cornwalls as a 2.0 for about the same price as the 2.1 setup RF7iii with a $2k sub. Would I be left wanting a sub if I went with the Cornwalls? I'm not necessarily a bass head but I do like to hear a bass line.
  12. I want to do a 2.0 or 2.1 setup for my new shop. It will be 30x50 and completely exposed foam insulation. So, it's a big room. I've narrowed it down to pair of RF-7iii or forte iii. I really prefer the aesthetics of the forte and they will fit the theme of the garage with my 60s and 70s trucks, old fridge, old decor etc. But I think the rf7s will sound better. Not opposed to adding a sub if needed with the fortes. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  13. anybody know where you can get a bluray version of the dolby atmos demo?
  14. texasnavy05

    WTH ?!?

    I'd get that out of my cart asap! Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
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