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post #1 of 6 Old 07-05-2007, 09:52 AM - Thread Starter
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WOW, now this is unique from Elemental Designs! 10 10" drivers in this dodecasub! Anyone in the market for this? You may need a mirror ball to go with it!
It's a dipole driver, very directional for apartment like living...outside the room, you don't hear the bass , inside the room, in the sweet area, you are feeling the full force of it. Just a generalisation by me from reading the boards on it.
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Put their 18" driver in it and I want one!!!
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10" are for PC users..

18" for the win.

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Can you imagine the size of this thing if they had the 18' in it??? The surface area of the 10 10" cones is pretty massive already....
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post #5 of 6 Old 07-05-2007, 02:20 PM
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10" are for PC users..

18" for the win.

140 + in room and cracking the wall off the ceiling say otherwise. I'm honestly surprised after testing that thing in our old facility we got our security deposit back.

Also, the 10" driver version barely fits through doors(only if rotated so the top/bottom are perpendicular to the ground and only w/o the feet).

If you made an 18" version it'd be pretty much 49" at its smallest dimension...good luck fitting that anywhere. 43ish cubes before driver displacement.

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I was only joking about the 10".
I know it has massive output.

Just saying, an 18" version would be impressive.

How about that Tszureko thing in something like this?

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