I recently purchased myself a new system which includes some Boston A25's and a Denon receiver. Now i'm looking to finish it with a nice and loud wall shake effect sub. The purpose of the sound system is really just for listening to music on fairly loud and a lot of base music is played. I ask for ported as from what I seem to see around that is the best way to go for chest shaking bass? I'm new to all of this so I am still learning!
Yes I went to hear the A25's in a local store that sold them and they were perfect so I got a pair. The sub woofer was also in the store and I was lucky the guy did not mind me turning it up fairly loud to get a feel with the a25's along side it. I just couldnt help but feel like the power of the bass was enough!
Thanks again by the way for your suggestion on the A25's I love them!
The product page on the company's website lists the same "400 watts" spec without indicating whether that's RMS (the one that counts), and there's no mention of the frequency response w/ variance (e.g., 20-150Hz +/-3dB). I wouldn't buy it.
Thanks for posting that. The specs say the sub has a 200W RMS amp and, with no variance (+/-?dB) listed, a less-than-believeable extension of 18Hz. Which means it probably doesn't go any lower than the B.A. sub you found locally. I still wouldn't buy this sub.
A few people seem to really enjoy theirs. I just want to try and find something that is really going to kick but sound great as well!
I don't doubt people do enjoy theirs, but IMO this is not going to be the sub that will kick and sound great. The B.A. sub (300W RMS, 28Hz @ -3dB) will likely outperform it...and for less money.