I've been scouring AVS and Cult forums for clarifications.
I have a dedicated theater, double studded wall construction, with dual 5/8" drywall on both sides with GreenGlue, 1" air gap between each wall stud assembly.
basement application - fully sealed. 16w x 26l x 8h front wall is framed out a few inches from the concrete. left wall is 4 feet from the concrete (this is my ''secret passage'' to the electric panel, and built in AV rack closet) right wall is sealed-other side is to finished basement rear wall is sealed - other side is to a finished guest bedroom
my proposed location is the left wall, as the ''secret passage'' is 26 long x 4 wide x 9 tall (including joist cavity in that 9)
is it ok to have the manifold fire - across the front wall? this way it's a front corner. I am dreaming of a dual-opposed 24" S.I. subwoofers.
i'm looking for pipe-organ style rumble. Am i on the right track??
current equipment in room: Front Klipsch RF-7ii's (dual 10's with 1.75" tweeter) Rear Klipsch RF-7ii's (dual 10's with 1.75" tweeter) Center Klipsch RC-64ii (quad 6.5" with 1.75" tweeter) ATMOS Klipsch 8" in-ceiling speaker with 1.75" tweeter Sides Klipsch 8" in-wall speaker with 1.75" tweet
Subwoofers Klipsch R-115sw (15" ported - dual, one front left, one front right)