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post #271 of 9619 Old 01-22-2007, 04:08 PM
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Why does the BMF amp say "Rocket UFW-12"?
Is this just a prototype?

That was an "alpha" unit. It is going to use the same basic amp as the UFW-12, but it will be obviously modified for the BMF-1 (different filters, eq, limiter, etc).
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While the core amplifier might be the same, it is all in how you use it.

The UFW-12 is a much less sensitive, smaller, 12" sealed subwoofer. At 20Hz the BMF is about 10dB more sensitive than even the new Mk2 version of the UFW-12! 1000W will do nicely when appropriately unleashed.

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The UFW-12 is a much less sensitive, smaller, 12" sealed subwoofer. At 20Hz the BMF is about 10dB more sensitive than even the new Mk2 version of the UFW-12! 1000W will do nicely when appropriately unleashed.

Good thing I will have 2 Mk2 UFW-12s and a BMF in my future HT Plus maybe something else.
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Update: Most of my movie watching as of late has been with friends who complain about how loud the movie volume is so (much to my dismay) i've been forced into watching movies at a paltry level.

I made some time to watch Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxy (one of my favorite recent movies) and listened to it at reference. Man do i love these subs..... Even at a lower volume the subs were impressive but i forgot just how much MORE impressive they are at reference. (the stuff with the improbability drives is so much fun to listen to) I just wanted to thank you again for making such a great product....

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In just a few weeks I will be able to join in the fun. Mark and I are trying to schedule a time to do this. I am hoping 2-3 weeks. Man I can't wait to get this into my room.

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I should add more to this very quick explanation of what the intent is. Below ~25Hz, I expect the headroom of 2-3 SubMersives, and 3-6dB more above 25Hz. The other factor is that for probably 98% of their use, the driver being developed will never have to move to its conventionally rated, "linear" limits. In other words, the linearity will be exceptionally good at all operating levels.

The other purpose here is to fill the largest rooms to the performance levels we're starting to reach in moderate sized rooms without having to use 4-8 SubMersives. The SubMersive 2 is to be a performance leader and trend setter, not just the most bang for buck. It will be quite impressive for the package size.

Will the SubMersive 2 have the same slope down low? (=-12dB / octave)

You said that small to medium sized rooms tend to gain advantage from this curve, so my guess is maybe you'll be using a different one for the SM 2. You could add a switch to compensate for room size..

Would make a mighty good upgrade/addition for my upcoming SubMersives.
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I reviewed the entire thread before asking this.

I have a serious interest in this sub, but I'm curious about one thing: what does the DRIVER look like?

If it can't be shown (OEM), I understand. If nobody wants to disassemble (Warranty?), I understand. But I like big, beefy, Huge, motors, top assemblies, etc.

Curious why it hasn't been discussed/shown.
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Hi John,

I believe I showed a simple side shot of the driver a long while back in a thread where we got into details about "sealed subs." That said, I haven't shown the driver much, as the driver is the means, not the end. The same motor on a 12" frame looks much cooler, but doesn't help the resulting performance any. By some of the often raved about drivers, they are somewhat pedestrian looking, but well optimized for the task. That effort in optimizing the driver is why I can get 2 15" woofers to perform in such a small enlcosure, thereby not requiring 4" p-p travel and the hurdles and pitfalls of such a driver. While I'm certainly a fan of excess, there needs to be a purpose and benefit to significant cost additions. As I have long stated, it is usually more important to use the right tool for the job than to use the the one with coolest new features and buzzwords.

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Hi John,

I believe I showed a simple side shot of the driver a long while back in a thread where we got into details about "sealed subs." That said, I haven't shown the driver much, as the driver is the means, not the end. The same motor on a 12" frame looks much cooler, but doesn't help the resulting performance any. By some of the often raved about drivers, they are somewhat pedestrian looking, but well optimized for the task. That effort in optimizing the driver is why I can get 2 15" woofers to perform in such a small enlcosure, thereby not requiring 4" p-p travel and the hurdles and pitfalls of such a driver. While I'm certainly a fan of excess, there needs to be a purpose and benefit to significant cost additions. As I have long stated, it is usually more important to use the right tool for the job than to use the the one with coolest new features and buzzwords.

In the meantime, I have room for 2 SUBmersives here ... and have been waiting since early December for their arrival. The Fathoms thing the SUBmersives are nervous or something ...

Ok ... seriously ... any idea on when you will be shipping again ?
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In the meantime, I have room for 2 SUBmersives here ... and have been waiting since early December for their arrival. The Fathoms thing the SUBmersives are nervous or something ...

Ok ... seriously ... any idea on when you will be shipping again ?

Craig....

I will be having a GTG either late Feb or early march if you need a fix your more than welcome to come up to detroit, your only a few hrs away

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As I have long stated, it is usually more important to use the right tool for the job than to use the the one with coolest new features and buzzwords.

come on mark, we all know its not only fun but real cool to hunt squirels with a M1a1 tank

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Hi John,

I believe I showed a simple side shot of the driver a long while back in a thread where we got into details about "sealed subs." That said, I haven't shown the driver much, as the driver is the means, not the end. The same motor on a 12" frame looks much cooler, but doesn't help the resulting performance any. By some of the often raved about drivers, they are somewhat pedestrian looking, but well optimized for the task. That effort in optimizing the driver is why I can get 2 15" woofers to perform in such a small enlcosure, thereby not requiring 4" p-p travel and the hurdles and pitfalls of such a driver. While I'm certainly a fan of excess, there needs to be a purpose and benefit to significant cost additions. As I have long stated, it is usually more important to use the right tool for the job than to use the the one with coolest new features and buzzwords.

Thanks for the response.

Based on the numbers and FR graphs, you've accomplished the goals. Mostly I'm curious. Any numbers you care to share? (magnet, travel, power handling, Q, etc?).

Reviewing the entire thread just made me impatient all over again!
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AAAGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!

Mark, are we going backwards? Just noticed your posts don't have the web address anymore. (yes, I know it was never active, but at least it was in sig before)

Seriously, I hope things are going well, and finalized dates are closer.

(Impatient little $h!t, ain't I)
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Hi John,

Sorry, the website was never linked or listed in my signature, as that is also against forum policy. All of the subs I'm building at the moment are committed or I have multiple people who have expressed interest. Unfortunately I expect availability will be limited until the end of March. Thanks for whatever patience all of you have left.

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Must be gettin senile - maybe somebody else listed it at some point.
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Must be gettin senile - maybe somebody else listed it at some point.


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It will be http://seatonsound.com/, but it still not online. He's been a very busy man.

It had been posted a few post back.
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I hope SeatonSound has a real page online one day,as I would be very interested in his products,as I am sure many others would be too.

Ask yourself mortal , do you have as much displacement as me ? The answer is no unless you have a Windmere fan sub.
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Mark, how would one think about the "trade offs" between a pair of Submersives vs a pair of BMFs?

My room is 18L x 12H x 13W. System is used for both music and for home theater purposes.

Mains will be custom made sealed line arrays rolling off naturally around 80hz (most likely a line of 5" Accutons and a line of ribbons, although might end up with a line of 7" Accutons for a lower roll off point). Surrounds are small GR upward firing units.

Have Meridian PEQ, which I occasionally supplement with Behringer PEQ. Also have pretty extensive bass trapping in ceiling and wall juncture soffits. Only four chairs, and I'm happy optimizing for only mine as long as two of the other three don't have horrible sound.

Currently have two James EMB15s up front, and a Def Tech Supercube at the rear to even out the response curve. I could keep, or sell, all three of those units.

Thinking two of your units up front, and then the James on the sides and the Def Tech in the rear, with those latter three being used to "fill in" rather than energize the room. (Do you think / suspect the additiona units would help much, or would two of your units plus generous PEQ be plenty?)

Your thoughts about how to think about procuring my next batch of subs?
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Mark,

Can you connect the Submersive to an unbalanced connection without converting the signal to +4 balanced?
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Mark,

Can you connect the Submersive to an unbalanced connection without converting the signal to +4 balanced?

Mark would be the best person to answer it, but here is what I did.
I think the submersive has a similar (same?) amp as the powered version of the Danley DTS-20. I ran into the same issue. I followed Ivan's instructions in post #55 in this and it worked like a charm. It involved a very minor soldering job or you can buy one of those adapters.
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Mark,

Can you connect the Submersive to an unbalanced connection without converting the signal to +4 balanced?

Hi David,

Yes, there is no problem in doing this. Ideally you use a cable that is RCA on the processor or EQ end and XLR on the sub end. The since many do have cables run in walls that are already RCA terminated, I am including with the subwoofers a simple connector that allows for easy RCA connection so there are no delays in getting connected. Some good value interconnects I have been using are from Markertek. Their house brand using the star-quad wiring is of good quality and good price in comparision to audiophile options. The only thing to watch out for is that their "premium" RCA connectors have a wide body that can get tight on the back of receivers and pre-processors.

To those I owe e-mails and messages, I had a simultaneous setback and good news. The good news is that the SubMersive will be readily available in mid-late March. The setback has me swamped in work right now. Go figure.

I'll be contacting people in the next few weeks who have expressed interest, and of course I fully understand those who are unable to wait.

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put me on your list Mark.......
wanna have your "wimpy" sub desperately
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Patience is the key. I have it . I am looking forward to this. It should be quite an improvement over what I have now. I can't wait to feel the difference . It shouldn't be long now.

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Mark:
I have Contrabass mated and Crown K2. ( I also have a Velo DD-18 )
For LFE purposes only ( not 2-channel integration ), is there any merit to me parting with the Contrabass, and acquiring a SubMersive1 ?
The reason I ask is that the Contrabass is hard to hide, and I wouldn't mind a smaller solution.

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I have Contrabass mated and Crown K2. ( I also have a Velo DD-18 )
For LFE purposes only ( not 2-channel integration ), is there any merit to me parting with the Contrabass, and acquiring a SubMersive1 ?
The reason I ask is that the Contrabass is hard to hide, and I wouldn't mind a smaller solution.

- Andy

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Mark:
I have Contrabass mated and Crown K2. ( I also have a Velo DD-18 )
For LFE purposes only ( not 2-channel integration ), is there any merit to me parting with the Contrabass, and acquiring a SubMersive1 ?
The reason I ask is that the Contrabass is hard to hide, and I wouldn't mind a smaller solution.

- Andy

Any excuse for a trip to Art's is worth taking.

A single SubMersive will not match the sub 25-30Hz output of the ContraBass which is much larger. Two SubMersives will equal the 18-20Hz output of a ContraBass, and pull ahead everywhere else. The significantly larger BMF I'm designing for AV123 is still a few months off but will be very much in line with the performance of the ContraBass. Subjectively they are much closer than just looking at 20Hz output would suggest. A better comparison might be that one SubMersive should have the un-compressed dynamics of ~2 of your DD-18s.

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Exactly the kind of info I was looking for Mark, thanks.
It's still good to hear the Contrabass is still one of the low-LFE kings.
The comaparison to the DD-18 alse gets my brain scheming.

Geez, sold my original DD-18, then picked up an SMS-1, sold the SMS-1, re-acquired my same DD-18.
Now methinks -> keep Contrabass, sell DD-18, get SMS-1 and SubMersive1 ! ( I do have a spare K1 lying around too )
Such run-around we go through sometimes

And yes, I will have to take Art up on his offer to check-out his SOTA theatre !

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What connecivity is on the SubMersive1 ?
Is it passive or does it have a plate amp ?
If it is a plate amp, does it have a balanced input ?

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Hi Andy,

I think at the beginning of this thread and in the pictures taken at Art's there are a few shots of the amplifier. The input is only via XLR. The input is isolated from any ground loop problems itself unless they are injected upstream. As noted in my post above, there is no problem connecting to an RCA output of a pre-amp or EQ. There is also a looping/passthrough XLR connection which makes it easy to link multiple subwoofers without splitting and excess cabling. The SubMersive is internally powered by a 1000W amplifier, plug'n go.

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