2 will always (my experience) sound better. And are easier to integrate into a room and should actually cause a smoother response than just one sub IMO
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Had a single Stentor III, what a quality unit. Dealer talked me into the single sub but I whish I had gone the 2 sub route with something down the product line for a little more cost.
Traded the Stentor in on Vandy 5As and later added a JL Fathum 113 for HT.
Point is, as already said above, 2 subs for 2 channel and 1 will due for HT. My setup is a bit different but I agree with that in my experience.
Would love to play with that Studio though...