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djstone
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will two sub 1 equal one sub 2

 

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Re: will two sub 1 equal one sub 2

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Loudness yes, but two Sub1s will still not go down to the 37Hz that the Sub2 produces. If you play percussion, bass guitar, hip hop, rap, electronic synth, Sub2 is the way to go.

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wweiss
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Re: will two sub 1 equal one sub 2

Author Accepted Answer selected by djstone

Loudness yes, but two Sub1s will still not go down to the 37Hz that the Sub2 produces. If you play percussion, bass guitar, hip hop, rap, electronic synth, Sub2 is the way to go.