Originally Posted by MandM
Originally Posted by Scott Andersen
I’m needing more of the bass you can feel.
The sound is good but want to feel more. Would under couch subs do the trick? Any recommendations? I was considering the earthquake couch potato. Anyone try this out or anything similar?
Personally, I think you would better serve. From the option posted from MandM
, on the first quote
Also, I do not know how they can call-it "Potato Slim 8-Inch Subwoofer
", when the description say "Slim down firing ported design - only 7 inch tall
According to the picture, more likely a 4-5" driver. Not even near woofer or subwoofer territory
While some manufacture will do anything, to make a sell. And have some BS specs
Some are way more honest, and coming around here and getting strait answer.
Is the best place to start
While no fault of yours, I am a strong believer that any drivers system use. Should be a least 10", if not 12" to deserve the term subwoofer.
Since in the 8" territory, it should be call a bass driver or simply know as woofer.
Unfortunately, too many manufacture use the term subwoofer with those 8" and some do with 6" drivers.
Since at 33Hz at -3dB, meaning 36 useful Hz. It is is more in the woofer territory.
With some TT, you will not stress those woofers of yours. And would be a better option for your situation.
I got two of them my self, due to my concrete floor under my theater. And do have very capable subs (SVS PB13-Ultra, in a 12 x 18 x 8ft room).
To learn more about Tactile Transducer, here's a link;
Shakers - Simple/Cheap Hookup - Visual Guide