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post #31 of 2536
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Originally Posted by goneten View Post

jostenmeat, I would be very interested to know what subwoofer you have.

Regards,

Why? So you can gratuitously bash me too?
post #32 of 2536
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Originally Posted by jostenmeat View Post

Why? So you can gratuitously bash me too?

Not at all.

Regards,
post #33 of 2536
I use one JL F113 in satin.

If I could predict that it would eventually become an HT-only sub, I might have gone for two lesser cost subs to go dual. I'm not such a sub nut to demand ultra linearity for HT purposes. For music, I would be more inclined. OTOH, SVS 13", MFWs, and the like didn't even exist yet.

In any case, the "smaller" size does give me more flexibility in positions if I ever did buy another one. I do not predict this happening any time soon, however. I have my eyes set on ceiling treatments and bipolar side surrounds as two of the more likely changes to come, if at all. (Bipolars for greater coverage in my multi row theater).
post #34 of 2536
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Originally Posted by jostenmeat View Post

I use one JL F113 in satin.

Very nice sub. I heard one not so long ago and I was impressed. I probably would have bought one but unfortunately the prices are ridiculous in South Africa.

Regards,
post #35 of 2536
Thanks. Lots of great subs out there, and it seems like more pop up everyday. I'd love to hear the new HSU 15".
post #36 of 2536
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Originally Posted by jostenmeat View Post

Are you implying that you don't remember if it was a 12" or 15", or are you saying that you swapped out one for the other in your room?

I don't remember if it was the 12 or the 15. I purchased that sub a good 6 or 7 years ago.
post #37 of 2536
Can we post DIY? This is my tapped horn sub. 340 liters, over 4 foot long and about 260lb. A first time DIY design and build for me.
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post #38 of 2536
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Originally Posted by sivadselim View Post

Tsk, tsk. Why? It is an outstanding subwoofer. Personally, I love it. Have you ever heard an RSW15?

Wasn't that a Deon Bearden design?

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Originally Posted by steve71 View Post

Can we post DIY? This is my tapped horn sub. 340 liters, over 4 foot long and about 260lb. A first time DIY design and build for me.

What driver?
post #39 of 2536
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Originally Posted by DS-21 View Post

What driver?

B&C 15PS100 15" Woofer
http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...94-673&ctab=15

As you might know tapped horns are unusual in that they require a driver with an fs which is twice the cutoff frequency of the horn.

BTW, that's a nice looking sub you posted up. Very serious looking driver.
post #40 of 2536
post #41 of 2536
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Originally Posted by steve71 View Post

B&C 15PS100 15" Woofer
http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...94-673&ctab=15

As you might know tapped horns are unusual in that they require a driver with an fs which is twice the cutoff frequency of the horn.

BTW, that's a nice looking sub you posted up. Very serious looking driver.

Thats an insane looking box and I'm completely intrigued by your description.
post #42 of 2536
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Originally Posted by DS-21 View Post

Wasn't that a Deon Bearden design?

I don't know if he did the RSW15 or not. But I don't think so. I know he did the Sub10 and 12.
post #43 of 2536
With some other toys...

post #44 of 2536
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Originally Posted by kristazio View Post

Not really a "real" picture but I was wondering about the same. I have an SVS BP12/2 and have a BP13 Ultra on the way. I was wondering about the others so I made up a little Google Sketch Up model of some of the more popular models so I could see how they relate in scale.
Here is the model link (You will obviously need Google Sketch Up):

http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehou...1c1dea&ct=hprm

wow!

that's very good work.
post #45 of 2536
Thread Starter 
I guess I should have said "post pictures and description only". We've got 40+ replies and only like 10 pictures

I'm still waiting for some Conquest or A7-900 pictures. These are the units that intrigue me for a next purchase.
post #46 of 2536
MFW-15 & Hsu MBM-12








Replaced dual Hsu VTF 3.2 and an MBM-12

post #47 of 2536
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Originally Posted by G-force View Post

I guess I should have said "post pictures and description only". We've got 40+ replies and only like 10 pictures

I'm still waiting for some Conquest or A7-900 pictures. These are the units that intrigue me for a next purchase.

sorry. i'd post pics, but i don't have those two units
post #48 of 2536
Here's a link to the ed - its actually a ed picture on post 305 of the Epik thread
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...885079&page=11

If you go to the main line of the Epik thread and click on the little paper clip you can scroll down and see all of the pictures from the thread. About 3/4 of the way down there are a few labeled as Conquest pictures in a real setting.
post #49 of 2536
Thread Starter 
Nice. I didn't know you could do that.

Thanks _Noah_
post #50 of 2536
Design: Sealed
Enclosure: 6.5cu.ft, 24" external cubes
Driver: Tempest-X (2)
Amp: Behringer EP2500

post #51 of 2536
Duel Conquests

post #52 of 2536
Epik Knight and what it can do in a 1500 cubic foot room, after Auydessy.





Never did test if the frequency response stayed the same at 105dB, but I can't test that now, as I sold my test mic.
post #53 of 2536
Funky Waves FW 15.1
15" SDX15 Driver
ED LT1300 Amp

I may have one of the only ones out there (For now)
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post #54 of 2536
It seems like just about everyone can and has at least one frequency response of the sub in their room. Maybe we should make this a "picture and frequency response thread. Again, this is my SubMersive1. That main dip at 20 is most likely a room issue. But it really does not seem to matter when WOTW is playing
post #55 of 2536
Nothing compared to what's already posted but...HSU 2.3 and MBM-12



post #56 of 2536
Here is my setup: 4 x Klipsch KW-120-THX. I have them in one of my extra bedroom in my basement(11'x14') now. With the door shut it almost too much to handle going full blast. I am working on getting them into a better home.

post #57 of 2536
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Originally Posted by JosephD05 View Post

My new beast.

Yikes! That's a big subwoofer magnet to be that close to the hard drive in the PS3.

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Originally Posted by amdoverclocker View Post

Here is my setup: 4 x Klipsch KW-120-THX. I have them in one of my extra bedroom in my basement(11'x14') now. With the door shut it almost too much to handle going full blast. I am working on getting them into a better home.


That's quite the setup there. Sell two subs and buy room treatments with the sub money. Take away the pain so you can turn up the gain!
post #58 of 2536
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Originally Posted by ecox View Post

With some other toys...


Nice! Which Velodyne is that?
post #59 of 2536
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Originally Posted by Toolatecrew View Post

Funky Waves FW 15.1
15" SDX15 Driver
ED LT1300 Amp

I may have one of the only ones out there (For now)

Looks exactly like an SVS cylinder sub.
post #60 of 2536
My sub(PB-10) is nothing special compared with what has been posted. However, I was able to get it to fit into my TV stand which was no simple feat! The sub has less than 1/8 of an inch of clearance on the top! That was just plain luck!




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