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post #241 of 2536
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Originally Posted by thirdeye11 View Post

What mains are those? At first I thought B&W but they don't quite look like B&W craftsmanship. Swan maybe?

yep, Swan Diva 6.1's
post #242 of 2536
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Originally Posted by 46minaudio View Post

I built this sub for a customer to match his oak EC..Used a 10" RS driver sealed..150 watt plate amp...The doors are fake drawer(sp)..

nice
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post #244 of 2536
wow.
post #245 of 2536
Where are the subs?
post #246 of 2536
God lord. These setups are at least in the 125 dB range or higher!

Chris
post #247 of 2536
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Originally Posted by SlowcarIX View Post




I can;t believe you guys dont have hearing problems with systems like this.
post #248 of 2536
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Originally Posted by spooky42x View Post

i can;t believe you guys dont have hearing problems with systems like this.



...what???
post #249 of 2536
man the screens look so small with all that audio gear haha

insane setups guys
post #250 of 2536
Here's a couple of my Epik Conquest:



post #251 of 2536
I haven't had time yet to do a write-up on my recent rebuild of my dual Rythmik into a quad Rythmik, but I do have a couple pics. Here's one of the front, in it's position (only one driver visible, two more on the back, and one on the top. Also, two amps are on the back, the other two mounted outboard, visible mounted to the shelf bracket):





Fortunately, the TV hides most of that mess.

post #252 of 2536
MFW arrival:





post #253 of 2536
You know, bobbyg, aesthetics almost mandate the purchase of a second MFW-15

Nice setup BTW
post #254 of 2536
A single SVS PB13 in our finished basement. Pretty boring compared to what I've seen on previous pages but still gets the job done in our 2000 cuft. room. Amazingly...it matches our Rosewood Rockets (850's) just about perfectly



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Slo,

Have you finally found bass nirvana with the quad ULS-15s?
post #257 of 2536
yep - the quaddrive cured my upgraditis sickness
post #258 of 2536
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Originally Posted by Jose View Post

I'm still picking my jaw off the floor....

Thanks Jose!! Do you like the NYC theme of the room?




Take a look at a couple of videos of the Gotham subs in action:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5tdPhaNAUY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pnaf337YU0
LL
post #259 of 2536
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How does that DTS sound compared to the Epik?
post #260 of 2536
That d-sonic amp is bigger than your processor, I thought the ice amps were small? I don't mind the size I just thought ice amps were , cool running and light weight(assumed it was small). I guess it could still be light weight. I also like how the DTS-20 has one set of mains and center and the Epik side has another. Cool effect. Just kidding of course.
post #261 of 2536
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What's with the jug atop the speaker?
post #262 of 2536
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Originally Posted by sivadselim View Post

What's with the jug atop the speaker?

I believe he said awhile ago that it was to prevent his cat from jumping on top of the speakers...
post #263 of 2536
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Originally Posted by Hksvr4 View Post

I went through this thread about 3 times already. Drooling. The MFW-15 is a sexy looking sub but only with its cloths off.

How about with a see-thru top?

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post #264 of 2536
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Originally Posted by ppomerantz View Post

How about with a see-thru top?

Nice! DIY'ed grill?
post #265 of 2536
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Originally Posted by blued888 View Post

Nice! DIY'ed grill?

Yes, but not by me. There's a thread on the AV123 Forum Subwoofer page if you want more info.
post #266 of 2536
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Originally Posted by lalakersfan34 View Post

I believe he said awhile ago that it was to prevent his cat from jumping on top of the speakers...

yep - to stop my 15lb cat from jumping on it and knocking it over...

post #267 of 2536
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

That d-sonic amp is bigger than your processor, I thought the ice amps were small? I don't mind the size I just thought ice amps were , cool running and light weight(assumed it was small). I guess it could still be light weight. I also like how the DTS-20 has one set of mains and center and the Epik side has another. Cool effect. Just kidding of course.

the d-sonic amp has 7 ICEmodules in there...its as small as Dennis can squeeze into a box...5KW into 4 ohms, its not too big



cant make up my mind...end up with a lot of speakers in the spare bedroom...i'm glad i'm done with upgrading
post #268 of 2536
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Originally Posted by Waffles View Post

How does that DTS sound compared to the Epik?

for >20Hz, the dts20 is king - i have not heard a sub as good as it! <20Hz it has some difficulty...

conquest, it just plays loud period.
post #269 of 2536
[quote=CadmanDigital4U;15773083]Thanks Jose!! Do you like the NYC theme of the room?




Yes, I do. Originally thought you were here in NYC till I looked at your profile.
Must sound really good!
post #270 of 2536
This thread has made me get another subwoofer. Your all hurting my wallet you know.
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