Originally Posted by rhbblb1
If you are being sarcastic what is the point? If not, why don't you try engaging in reasonable dialog? Both are great subs, but with different design goals In mind. The REL has unique connectivity which is helpful in my system, but may not be necessary in many other systems. Two twelve inch subs are adequate for my two channel system.
For home theater, I use a pair of Whise Profunders. (look it up)
Whise Profunders; I have the professional review of the $4,900 each
Profunder 320 done by Don Keele in Audio Magazine in September 1999. That is when I first learned of the Profunder. Excellent output and depth at a high price. Tomlinson Holman the TH in THX is the US marketer of the Australian Profunder 624 at TMH.com. The Profunder was one of the best when it was tested in 1999, but my sense is that other subs have eclipsed it. For example, the Danley DTS-10, JTR Orbit Shifter, and the DIY Gjallerhorn, among others have greater output, I believe.
Still, the Profunder is quite rare and virtually a collectible and while it may not be the ultimate in output, it is still a very fine subwoofer. Here is the review of the Profunder 320:http://www.acmebass.com/archive_file...er_09-1999.pdf