would you think two sub 25 equal to the sub2? after seeing the sub 1 in action im stumped on what to order, either sub2 or a sub 25 or two sub25's instead.
I was also rreading that a you should be able to plug the sub 1 like a fridge or stove into a 240 volt inverter and it should work fine.
Has anyone thought of trying that with this these subs?
This link tells you howhttp://www.equitech.com/support/120240.html
here are some linka to 240v inverters i think this is the way to go to get the 240v performancehttp://www.quick220.com/220_volt.htmhttp://www.invertersrus.com/powerbrighterp3500-12.htmlhttp://www.dvdoverseas.com/store/ind...talog91_0.htmlhttp://www.dcacpower.com/product/5000wc.html
"Using an Inverter saves you the cost of replacing 240 volt appliances with 12 volt equivalents - 12 volt versions are usually much more expensive, or possibly not available for the appliance you wish to use. "
"The following table is only a guide - there is a lot of variation in startup surge load and continuous load for similar appliances between makes/models."
Size of Inverter Required Type of Appliance
150 watts - Charger for cameras, laptops, and small power tools; DVD player; coffee grinder; kitchen mixer; printer; very small television (non LCD TVs have degaussing coils which can draw 500 watts on startup)
250 watts - Small TV, slow cooker, desktop computer, electric blanket
500 watts - Small fridge, freezer, small angle grinder, drill, large TV, washing machine (no heat)
1000 watts - Breadmaker, microwave (600 watts - keep in mind that the input power for a microwave oven is around twice its specified cooking power level, due to inefficiencies in converting to the very high frequencies needed for cooking - 2 thousand million hertz!)
1500 watts - Toaster, small airconditioner, chainsaw, vacuum cleaner, iron
2000 watts - Microwave (1200 watts), hair dryer, fan heater, iron
3000 watts - Large airconditioner
Much more info on 240v inverters herehttp://www.exploroz.com/Vehicle/Elec...Inverters.aspx
Subwoofer specialist please advise