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post #751 of 762 Old 09-07-2014, 05:29 PM
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As much as I liked the Funk sub Nathan brought over I would have an extremely had time paying 30-40k for a single sub.


Can we get a shot of the cone?
21.0 - It wouldn't cost 30-40K just 4800, 5700 for it. As stated earlier in post 737.
So I assume there maybe a SE version for the budget guy

And as much as you liked that Sub which is actually the 18.2. It's mine now

Equipment List: Preamp/Processor: Sherbourn PT-7030 [] Speakers: Funk Audio - Line Array(2kW),18.2 Subwoofer (9.6kW)[]Projector: Epson 5020ub []Screen: Elunevision Reference 150"
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21.0 - It wouldn't cost 30-40K just 4800, 5700 for it. As stated earlier in post 737.
That is correct.
If you want some perspective, here is a quick sketch of the driver for the 21.0 on the right(4800/5700), and what could be the 21" with 8" coil for the 21.2 on the left
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Can we see a picture of the cone Nathan?
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Can we see a picture of the cone Nathan?
I think he mentioned in another page, here's the quote

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Cone isn't ready yet, need to apply carbon fiber to the cone, that picture is just a mockup. I will post pictures as we go.
I hope they do a proper name change to this thread Has been Funky Waves for too long

What do you think?
Funk Audio - Official Thread (Prebuilt and Custom Subs)

Or Even

Funk Audio - Official Thread

Should be nice

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Oh missed that post about the cone, cool I can't wait to see the finished product!
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Official Funk Audio Thread

Equipment List: Preamp/Processor: Sherbourn PT-7030 [] Speakers: Funk Audio - Line Array(2kW),18.2 Subwoofer (9.6kW)[]Projector: Epson 5020ub []Screen: Elunevision Reference 150"
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I know this thread has been recently moved but my question is to BIGBEAR2004 if he ever got two of the new 18.0C's. I just came across the 18.0C updates and they look very good so I was wondering how they perform. Also, if anyone else has the new version, can you comment on the amount of heat the new 1000W pate amp puts out? My room is small and can get quite stuffy in the summer time so component heat output can be an issue for me.
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I know this thread has been recently moved but my question is to BIGBEAR2004 if he ever got two of the new 18.0C's. I just came across the 18.0C updates and they look very good so I was wondering how they perform. Also, if anyone else has the new version, can you comment on the amount of heat the new 1000W pate amp puts out? My room is small and can get quite stuffy in the summer time so component heat output can be an issue for me.

I would imagine that the new 18.0C would perform in between the old 18.0C and the current 18.0 sub. Data-bass.com has the measured numbers on both, http://www.data-bass.com/systems I would think it would be in between those two subs.
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I would imagine that the new 18.0C would perform in between the old 18.0C and the current 18.0 sub. Data-bass.com has the measured numbers on both, http://www.data-bass.com/systems I would think it would be in between those two subs.
Yes, totally agree and was thinking the same thing but was just looking for some feedback from those that have them. Since it is a relatively new update there is probably not too many in the wild yet.

Going to have any subs (outside of what you already have) at your GTG or just evaluating all tops?

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Also, if anyone else has the new version, can you comment on the amount of heat the new 1000W pate amp puts out? My room is small and can get quite stuffy in the summer time so component heat output can be an issue for me.
Very little heat actually.

The amplifiers are 93%. So about as much heat as a 60 watt incandescent light bulb.

And that is at full pin.


So to get a true figure of normal use. Fairly loud usage will be in the 10 to 20 watt area. 7% of 20 watts is 1.4 watts into heat.

Additional heat load to your room is almost none.

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Very little heat actually.

The amplifiers are 93%. So about as much heat as a 60 watt incandescent light bulb.

And that is at full pin.


So to get a true figure of normal use. Fairly loud usage will be in the 10 to 20 watt area. 7% of 20 watts is 1.4 watts into heat.

Additional heat load to your room is almost none.

Thanks Mark... that's very good to hear. Out of curiosity, who makes the modules? I thought I read Powersoft somewhere for the 18.0 and was curious if you used the same manufacturer for the 1000W plate.
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Thanks Mark... that's very good to hear. Out of curiosity, who makes the modules? I thought I read Powersoft somewhere for the 18.0 and was curious if you used the same manufacturer for the 1000W plate.
Pascal is the manufacturer of the power amps used.

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