- Jul 28, 2019
There would be a advantage at lo volume if you do calibration as it is (or as you like) but at 84 dB (just crunch it up) LPS and then use "loudness" (equal loudness normalization ISO 226 2003) with internal volume control in JRiver as I explained you initially. Then you bring it down to a level you like (let's say it will work fine to 65~70 dB).It’s not a question if I should get second woofer (I am getting it). What I’m asking is if there would be any low volume advantage of getting 2000 pro vs 1000 pro for the small room I have. Are the drivers the same etc?
Im hunting room treatment and will collect it in following months, slowly
SVS 2000 Pro gives you only about 2.5 dB more volume (continuously/peek as W*2=+3 dB) and you already with one SVS SB 1000 Pro have large headroom you probably will never use.