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    Default Re: Is Sierra 2 enough for my room or stay with current cmt340?

    ^^^

    I think many of the soundproofing companies will put artwork on panels. GIK for example also does and their panels are quite inexpensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N Boros View Post
    ^^^

    I think many of the soundproofing companies will put artwork on panels. GIK for example also does and their panels are quite inexpensive.
    Awesome! Thanks!

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    Hey everyone, I thought Iíd revisit this and let everyone know how it played out.

    So I bought the Sierra 2ís and replaced the cmt 340ís for a week. Put the 340ís back in and thought I liked them more, then swapped in the Sierra 2ís again. At that point there was no going back to the 340ís. The detail and imaging was incredible the second time around.

    This weekend I moved the Sierra 2ís away from the walls, and got my uxl 18 installed with an inuke 3000dsp. I had to custom make the enclosure to fit in a cabinet so itís 100% stealth. I sprayed it with high gloss white cabinet paint. After dealing with some Yamaha receiver issues (I hate Yamaha after having only and pioneer avrís), this setup sounds absolutely, ridiculously amazing. The Sierra 2ís more than keep up with the sub and with my big room. I mean it is absolutely amazing. I canít say how much of It was moving them away from the side walls vs the sub, but man, itís breathtaking. Super stoked! Thanks Dave and Dina for dealing with my eccentricity.






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    Default Re: Is Sierra 2 enough for my room or stay with current cmt340?

    Quote Originally Posted by mharris2007 View Post
    Hey everyone, I thought I’d revisit this and let everyone know how it played out.

    So I bought the Sierra 2’s and replaced the cmt 340’s for a week. Put the 340’s back in and thought I liked them more, then swapped in the Sierra 2’s again. At that point there was no going back to the 340’s. The detail and imaging was incredible the second time around.

    This weekend I moved the Sierra 2’s away from the walls, and got my uxl 18 installed with an inuke 3000dsp. I had to custom make the enclosure to fit in a cabinet so it’s 100% stealth. I sprayed it with high gloss white cabinet paint. After dealing with some Yamaha receiver issues (I hate Yamaha after having only and pioneer avr’s), this setup sounds absolutely, ridiculously amazing. The Sierra 2’s more than keep up with the sub and with my big room. I mean it is absolutely amazing. I can’t say how much of It was moving them away from the side walls vs the sub, but man, it’s breathtaking. Super stoked! Thanks Dave and Dina for dealing with my eccentricity.





    Wow Matt -- just wow... Another fantastic looking room! I think you might possibly have the most subwooferage (word?) in any home on the West Coast... Happy that you are enjoying the 2's!!!
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    David Fabrikant
    www.ascendacoustics.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    Wow Matt -- just wow... Another fantastic looking room! I think you might possibly have the most subwooferage (word?) in any home on the West Coast... Happy that you are enjoying the 2's!!!
    Ha ha! I wasnít expecting this sub to be so musical given the box/space restrictions, but it does well. Doesnít sound as good as the sealed servo 15Ē rhythmik I had, but itís close enough for me. Between my cars and my house I have a total of 7 18Ē subwoofers and 3 12Ē subwoofers. Lol. The Sierra 2ís are awesome! Thanks again.

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