Originally Posted by afviolettes
What I've missed I guess is how to compare Subs well .
Check out the first couple of posts in the ULF thread.
Pick a number and buy from there.
Quality "IS" going cost you thousands. The less one is ready to spend, the more the individual is going have to compromise. Again, allow me to quote the above, "Pick a number and buy from there."
Another website to checkout, "Data-Bass."
Despite what you've come to believe, specification do have everything in common. It's just a matter of learning what all the numbers are telling you.
What neophytes don't realize, buying subwoofers is an emotionally based issue that revolves around money. Most neophytes are hoping to buy a $6k system for five hundred dollars and don't realize, that's what they're trying to do. As an example, a $2,600.00 subwoofer system, is a compromise on many levels. A buyer's level of compromise starts to level off around $6,000.00 to $9,000.00 US dollars.
The above are the cold hard facts.