I'm considering if I could use the Submersive for music.
I'll be using it with some DIY prosound speakers (basically top Beyma drivers).
Would like to enquire if the submersive design is push-pull or just plain 2 drivers in a box in normal operation?
Can i confirm that the articulation of the 40-120Hz area is very good? Noticeably better than stuff like MFW-15 since the MFW-15 got quite a good review too? (i have heard stuff like PB13U which shd be around that ballpark). Not just plain SPL response but fidelity.
The submersive looks very well engineered. The amp is actually the same DSP-1000 model found in Danley's lineup. I'll be using for music solely so the only thingy lacking is variable low-pass. I'm considering i could EQ out the midbass and mids, since the DEQ2496 has a 30dB EQ range (+/-15dB), hopefully this is enough to cut out the lower mids and all together with the natural roll off of the sub.
The other sub which i'm looking at is the Danley TH-112, which has response down to 30Hz. The fidelity shd be absolutely excellent for music esp after EQ (i'll need EQ for the room anyway, house curve and preference curves etc).
It costs usd 1880 and shipping should be around the same compared to the Submersive. This I would be buying a Yamaha P2500S or P7000S locally which costs around usd399 or usd699 too (so no shipping costs here), and it has built in variable low pass (25-120Hz). Somewhat more expensive overall.
Both should be devastating good for the money? If integrated correct I think there is little doubt that the bass would sound much better than quite a lot of high-end audiophile speakers with small little woofers.
(I tend to listen quite loudly sometimes, 95-100dB)
Any comments and pointers here before I put the $$ down for either?