Originally Posted by Mupi
but look at the FR curve for both. There is no comparison. You always get what you paid for.
Within sage adage is the unspoken, which in this case is, you're stuck with what you can afford.
Finances are a terrible thing to waste. Wasted on what you don't need and wasted on that which doesn't perform to your needs. Best use of one's money is getting the best they can afford. Never cheapen a deal over two hundred dollars, unless, of course, you don't have the two hundred dollars to cheap out on. Nobody ever says how they could have saved two hundred bucks buying less then what I wanted.
"Just think, if I had saved the two hundred dollars, I could have bought that much weaker amplifier."
Just doesn't have that ring to it. But, in this case, the RW-12d has the stronger amplifier; RW-12d 350W RMS)
A suggestion, what's the individual's hearing capable of? IIRC, the RW-12d is tuned to 25Hz and then rolls off but extends it's energy into the full 25Hz before rolling off. Add in the room boost and you have THX reference frequency range; LFE channel being tuned to 20-120Hz. In the end, it's all about the "Benjamins".