These T12s are mutha faaahhhkkkkin SHAWHEEET!!!!
I thought my RF-83s would be hard to beat. Since I got the 83s, I have been soooooo in love with the sound.
Got the T12s in today, and without even any EQ they are so incredibly BEAUTIFUL.
I cannot begin to explain the clarity, detail, and PFO these things provide.
I will go deaf, lovingly absorbing such beautiful output.EDIT: Disregard this last part:
Unfortunately, I'm not too pleased yet with the Captivators. I hope it's a cancellation issue.
Tapping the clip lights on a bridged Crown XLS 5000 per Cap, there just doesn't seem to be the output I expected.
I obviously need to run some sweeps, but the dual Cap visceral feel is currently less than the single Klipsch RW-12 I was using before.From my comments in the Captivator thread:
I think we're good now!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've had them running for about 4 hours today (plus yesterday for awhile) at a moderate level. I turned them down for awhile (half hour or so) to talk with a friend and then turned it up really loud to take a shower. My lights were pulsing with the music and there's PLENTY of bass.
The fans are in turbo mode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I LIKE IT!
Part of this project was neoprene padding to go under the subs and under the T12s on top of the subs. Friction and scuff protection was what I was after, but I think it has served as a bit of a decoupling because the bass is REALLY there with a purpose, but the house rattles less than it did with the RW-12 that was right on the floor.
It's only 1/4", so I don't think it can provide much as a decoupler.