Originally Posted by kivyee
One person's opinion based on actual experience is worth more than 10 opinions based on "reading stuff on the net".
really, have you read some of the opinions. Do you know most do not even have an EQ to accurately control the bass or have a reference point better then a $300 sub?? If people only want excitement about a product then those opinions are definitely going to work.
Fortunately, Its all choice
-some will want real science and education so that they can actually buy/design the best bass system possible for $X
-others will just want people to pat backs, jump up and down with excitement.
For me opinion online is pretty much worthless without science.
Originally Posted by benclement11
Good luck with what? How can you disagree with that statement? Have you heard the CHT sub? That's all I really want to know... have you heard the subwoofer?
I will say nope I have not heard the CHT but I have high sensitivity woofers and I can build a sealed box with the same slope.
What really matters is not if Product X has been heard, what matters is the reference point anyone has in the discussion. How many subs have you listened too over the years? How many drivers have you experimented with, how many different types of designs have you learned about?
Here is what's happening. 99.9% of all those listening to these new products are going to LOVE their high output > 30Hz. Peaked SPL gets everyone excited. Probably 5% of those owners have EQed their sub setup properly and when they actually do they realize all that monster clean ouptut is tamed....bummer