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jtwrace is currently offline  jtwrace
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Registered: October 2009
Location: FL
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I recently moved to a new space and have been putting my system back together which consists of the below. I'm going to add some flanking subs to start, then distributed subs. I'll post some measurements as the starting point once I get further down the road. I've added 16 GIK treatments already on top of the 10 that I had so I've got it improved. If the room was only bigger! I'm sure adding the subs will help smooth out what I need next. As a former GedLee customer I'm familiar with the multi sub approach. However, I'm very excited to try the Parham approach who has been delightful with his time answering questions. Very Happy

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Re: JBL M2 Setup [message #90132 is a reply to message #90122] Sun, 21 April 2019 10:43 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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You have excellent equipment and I'm anxious to see measurements of your setup and each improvement as you "dial it in." Thanks for taking the time to create this thread!

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