Wow, this went south real quick. I don't think Craigsub should be held responsible for what's going on with people deciding to buy anyway. Having a note on the review gives people enough info to know that something is up with the MFW. If people still buy after reading the note that's their problem. If people are looking for someone to blame, try Mark Shifter, I hold him 100% responsible for 100% of what's going on.
People can still decide to buy the subwoofer, for whatever reason, and Mark Shifter would be responsible for the status of the sub. I don't care if a vendor switched out parts, pissed on transformers or crapped on them. If they end up in the hands of a consumer the owner of AV123 bears 100% of the blame.
So, can we discuss the amplifier issues and leave libel talk and crap that has nothing to do with the discussion for a different thread, please.
I'll digress back to the topic. Amplifier v3 is down on output, I have no idea if the amplifier section is weaker or not than previous versions. Kyle states 500va vs 350va so if that is indeed the case something else is causing the lower output and that would be the preamp section.
I'm going to talk to kyle tomorrow and see what they recommend or can do because I do know this, I am NOT going to be using the v3 amplifier in any MFW that suffers a v2 amplifier failure.
How they absorb that and react to it will dictate where I go from there.
AVR/Blu-Ray - Marantz SR7009 (9.3.2) - Blu-Ray Oppo UDP 203 - Apple TV
Front Height Amplifier - 2 Marantz MA6100's
Speakers - Klipsch RF-82 - Center RC-64 - Front Wide 2 RP-160M, Front Height 2 RB-10
Rear Surround - Surround Back 2 RS-52, Surround 2 R-14M
Subs - Triple MFW15's (Seaton Sound ICE amplifiers, 1 still has an AV123 amp, sadly)
TV -Samsung 55" 8500