I hate how there appears to be no standardization with these transducers.
No "T/S" parameters, like we can find on speakers. No real information on the motor tech used (LMT, XBL^2, etc...).
I get the impression that the Crowson is like a pistion moving up and down, where items like the buttkicker and arua have a weight that spins to make the effect.
Why can I not find any pics or CAD drawings of the internals of any of the transducers?
Besides personal feedback from owners (which I appreciate), how can we really objectively break these products down?
Has anyone taken the time to tear one of these guys apart to check out the internals? When I get settled in my new place, I'm going to rip open one of my Aruas and post some pics for everyone.
Last edited by popalock; 07-27-2014 at 11:17 AM.