and I didn't.
I used the Clark only shortly when I was testing with it, in this thread. You are getting a practically new unit, it's been in the box nearly the entire time I've owned it. I had some intent to install it later to play with it more, to try to fine tune better, but never did. If it didn't sell in this auction, at the price I was asking, I was going to go ahead and install it again, since I also recently sold the four buttkickers that were installed for the last couple years. I hope you enjoy it and it suits your purposes well!
I'll be shipping it out today.
Ultimately, for my part, I might be done with transduscers, I've experienced all the major brands at this point, and IMO sealed nearfield subs beat the transducers in everyway - even the mighty $500 Crowson. I do understand nearfield subs can't work for everyone, space wise but when they can work (placed directly behind the seat, firing directly into the back of the chair) - they really are the superior solution in my opinion. Caveats are the nearfield subs have got to be big (18", 21" 24" preferably - or if smaller - placed ridiculously close - so close you can't really recline your seat), they've got to dig low - plenty of cone excursion capability, and they've got to be CLOSE, so you can easily feel the acoustic energy the cone movement puts off. If you move the sub out two foot, it's pretty much worthless as a nearfield tactile experience, because that acoustic energy gets lost.