Originally Posted by Chris Schempp
Didn't change the finish...just got a guy in there who is insanely good at being perfectly consistent
Hi All, I just received my A2-300 yesterday, and I Think it is a very good product as a whole, I haven't played to much with it yet. It will definitely shake my condo with ease! Packaging was good, except they don't provide any paperwork at all with the sub woofer. No receipt of purchase, no manual, no warning material, nothing. Seems like a professional product would have some of this. Here is mine.
Also I quoted Chris above because I have a problem which I haven't yet brought to their attention (even though I'm sure they could see it before they shipped it to me) Their perfectly consistent finish isn't so perfect. It's hard to get a good shot because of the flash, but the front right top corner instead of being the consistent tiny bumpy texture, looks as if someone rubbed the texture while it was still wet. This smoothed it out, almost like it was sanded down. (probably in the worst spot possible cause it will always be seen)
Also on left side, another what looks like scuff marks...
I'm not disappointed that I purchased the A2-300 in the least, for $315 shipped you do get one hell of a Sub. And I knew it wasn't the prettiest sub out there by any means. But I am disappointed that they would allow such an obvious blemish get shipped.
And one question that I think I already know the answer of... Plugging one RCA wire from receiver pre-out Sub to either of the Right or left "line-in" on the sub is sufficient right? No type of splitter needed? (that's something a manual could say if it had one)