Originally Posted by beastaudio
A couple more quick comments that should be obvious and then I'm done with discussing this with you. You still haven't made a single technical statement yet. If and when you do I'll discuss this with you in a technical manner.
1. The room position absolutely can cause +/- 15 db variance. I didn't assume that happened, you actually quoted me saying that much variance in this situation was not likely but the room absolutely is a contributing factor.
2. The room goes hand in hand with level matching and eq'ing a common response. Assuming one sub or the other was naturally playing stronger at a room mode frequency (even if there was NO variance due to position) the one that stirs up the modes more effectively is going to sound much more impressive.
3. Distortion makes speakers sound much louder than speakers that don't distort as much. And since distortion isn't necessarily always unpleasant, the speaker with more distortion will usually sound more impressive, at least until you get into gross distortion levels up around 100 percent.
4. If you want your tracks analyzed, do it yourself and please feel free to post up any content that has less dynamic range if you can find it. That will give you a good basis to have a technical discussion. I've already provided a ton of info, almost none of it is opinion, I didn't make any of it up, most of it was originally posted by other people, people that include the designers and seller of this device. As far as I know I've provided ALL the info that currently available.
I think I've said 3 times already that it's no surprise this driver can move a lot of air. It's got a 24 inch cone, it should move a lot of air. But there is still NO EVIDENCE that it can do so with low distortion or even that the specs are realistic.