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I think I can get the Cadence under $300 shipped hence the appeal. NXG 500 is a bit less I think but I'm trying to confirm that with the dealer. Size wise the NXG fits better but the Cadence seems like a better sub.
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I think I can get the Cadence under $300 shipped hence the appeal. NXG 500 is a bit less I think but I'm trying to confirm that with the dealer. Size wise the NXG fits better but the Cadence seems like a better sub.
Better in what respect? Having heard both I would say output wise the Cadence gets the nod, but SQ the NXG has the advantage. Depends upon what is the most important attribute to you really.

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Better in what respect? Having heard both I would say output wise the Cadence gets the nod, but SQ the NXG has the advantage. Depends upon what is the most important attribute to you really.
I think anyone that is considering the purchase of a Cadence sub should read the extensive review of the 15 inch sub done by Audioholics. The interior of the cab has a full wooden divider between the amp and driver which reduces the volume of the enclosure which makes the bass response more like a mid bass module than a sub.

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I think anyone that is considering the purchase of a Cadence sub should read the extensive review of the 15 inch sub done by Audioholics. The interior of the cab has a full wooden divider between the amp and driver which reduces the volume of the enclosure which makes the bass response more like a mid bass module than a sub.

A cabinet divider, in and of itself, won't indicate that the sub is a "mid bass module". The TS parameters of the driver could very well have been designed to work effectively in the volume it was given, so there's really little to glean strictly from that. The Audioholics review indicates it may not have been an ideal pairing in this case - volume to driver - but the mere presence of a divider is not something that can be used to accurately make a determination. Indeed, a lot of companies use them to shield the amp from the backwave of the driver, which is a very wise move.

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A cabinet divider, in and of itself, won't indicate that the sub is a "mid bass module". The TS parameters of the driver could very well have been designed to work effectively in the volume it was given, so there's really little to glean strictly from that. The Audioholics review indicates it may not have been an ideal pairing in this case - volume to driver - but the mere presence of a divider is not something that can be used to accurately make a determination. Indeed, a lot of companies use them to shield the amp from the backwave of the driver, which is a very wise move.
The sub also features a sizable cabinet compared to most 12" ported subs that it compares too, perhaps accounting for the divider. I think it's quite similar to the PA-150, fantastic 40Hz+ output at the expense of reduced extension.

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onq goldline subwoofer

I am newbie for a sub woofer. Planning to get a used one from someone this model below for my home theater. Any advice would be appreciated.

On-Q / LeGrand - 364671-01 - Gold Line 12 200watt Subwoofer
Name: GOLD LINE 12 200WATT SUBWOOFER
Category: In-Wall
UPC Code: 804428013716
MFR SKU:364671-01
Minimum Frequency Response: 35 Hz
Maximum Frequency Response: 200 Hz
Crossover Frequency: 50 Hz to 200 Hz
Material: Fiberglass


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I am newbie for a sub woofer. Planning to get a used one from someone this model below for my home theater. Any advice would be appreciated.

On-Q / LeGrand - 364671-01 - Gold Line 12 200watt Subwoofer
Name: GOLD LINE 12 200WATT SUBWOOFER
Category: In-Wall
UPC Code: 804428013716
MFR SKU:364671-01
Minimum Frequency Response: 35 Hz
Maximum Frequency Response: 200 Hz
Crossover Frequency: 50 Hz to 200 Hz
Material: Fiberglass
For someone new to the world of subwoofers I'm not certain your first foray should be an in-wall model. Unlike a free standing version you need to measure where it will perform the best before cutting any sheetrock. A self-contained unit can be moved around the room at will, so it's significantly easier to get adjusted and tuned without committing yourself to a placement.

I'm not familiar with that particular model but it might require you build an enclosure for inside the wall as well. If so, you'll need to be accomplished with modeling software too, otherwise you could end up building something that isn't ideal for the task at hand. Lastly, the lower frequency response of 35Hz means it won't suffice for any HT tasks. Seeing as how that's your goal I suspect you'll be disappointed no matter what you do with it.

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For someone new to the world of subwoofers I'm not certain your first foray should be an in-wall model. Unlike a free standing version you need to measure where it will perform the best before cutting any sheetrock. A self-contained unit can be moved around the room at will, so it's significantly easier to get adjusted and tuned without committing yourself to a placement.

I'm not familiar with that particular model but it might require you build an enclosure for inside the wall as well. If so, you'll need to be accomplished with modeling software too, otherwise you could end up building something that isn't ideal for the task at hand. Lastly, the lower frequency response of 35Hz means it won't suffice for any HT tasks. Seeing as how that's your goal I suspect you'll be disappointed no matter what you do with it.
Actually description I posted initially was wrong about it being in-wall. I wish I could post links but if you google for 'INSTRUCTION evoq 7000' you should find manual for the sub woofer. If I can get this for less than 75 bucks then is it worth ? Else I would buy Denon sub-1200 I have heard about.

Manual says something like "On-Q/Legrand offers an evōQ™ 7000 Home Theater 12” 200W
Sub-Woofer for those instances where extended base response is required. This speaker, On-Q part number 364671-01,is optimized for central audio distribution (central sound) and the home theater environment. It features a 12”Glass Fiber woofer and is typically placed on the floor.
Note: This On-Q/Legrand evōQ™ 7000 Home Theater 12” 200W Sub-Woofer is not a moisture resistant speaker. Sub-Woofer is a cube approximately 17” square. It is made of black vinyl covered MDF, and is a sealed unit designed to be placed where base response is best, supporting the non-directional nature of its base frequency output. It features connections for both line level input and speaker level input and output, a volume control, a crossover adjustment (30-200Hz) and a phase reversal switch. "
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