- Is 1 or 2 subs better?
- Is Skar Audio any good?
- Are 8 inch subwoofers good?
- What size subwoofer has the deepest bass?
- Are expensive subwoofers worth it?
- How do I choose a subwoofer?
- Can two subwoofers share airspace?
- Does more subs mean more bass?
- Do I really need dual subwoofers?
Is 1 or 2 subs better?
The answer to this question is typically yes, assuming you're comparing one vs. two subs of the exact same brand and model #. In almost all circumstances, installing multiple subwoofers in your theater room will yield significantly better and smoother bass response across a wider listening area due to modal averaging.
Is Skar Audio any good?
They have great crisp highs and mids, and have amazing bass for the size, and get really low for 6.5s. ... In fact, they have so much bass, I had to use sound deadener everywhere, as they were rattling everything to death. Very pleased, and will buy skar again, as these seem to outperform others that are twice the price.
Are 8 inch subwoofers good?
8 inch subwoofers deliver tight bass in a relatively small space. ... There are some 8-inch subwoofers that sound really nice and some might even compare them to a lower end 10" or 12", but generally speaking, an 8 subwoofer is going to give you nice, affordable, clean bass.
What size subwoofer has the deepest bass?
15-inch subwoofers offer the most powerful and deepest bass owing to their big size. They, however, lack the tight responsiveness of their small counterparts. These subs will take much of your passenger or cargo space which is why they are commonly used in large trucks and SUVs.
Are expensive subwoofers worth it?
Expensive subwoofers are perfect for audio enthusiasts if they can afford to buy. ... On the other hand, many high-priced subwoofers have top-end performance and you really enjoy spending money on such subs. In short, your money will not go waste if you make a better choice and get a sub that worth the money.
How do I choose a subwoofer?
Size of the Woofer
Do not only consider the size of the subwoofer. You should consider the power, sensitivity rating, and enclosure type. If you would like the system to play loud, low music, and you also have enough space, then choose the biggest subwoofer possible. Do not underestimate the small subwoofer.
Can two subwoofers share airspace?
Assuming both subwoofers are the same and that they both receive the same signal then there really is no difference. ... If the subwoofers are in a shared enclosure of two cubic feet then they will share the air space between them and each will operate as if it is in a one cubic foot enclosure. That's a fact.
Does more subs mean more bass?
As I mentioned above, adding multiple subwoofers isn't necessarily about more bass. The main benefit is that it actually improves the quality of the bass you'll hear in your home theater. This is because having several subwoofers should drastically reduce, if not completely remove, room resonance.
Do I really need dual subwoofers?
Dual subwoofers will greatly increase the available system headroom, providing greater dynamic range, reduced output compression, lower distortion, and less potential for overdrive artifacts. In short, running duals will give you cleaner, more accurate bass at extreme drive levels.