Originally Posted by deejmic
Nousaines numbers are skewed. I had the PSW 505 for 2 years before I bought a Supercube.
There is no comparison. The Definitive Sub puts the smackdown on the Polk sub and then rips it's head off and craps down it's throat.
It also smokes the SVS sealed cube sub
At what frequencies? Show us your measured response and maximum output charts, please. If you don't have any then your conclusions are totally subjective, and are of little value.
The fact of the matter is that if you want a sub to sound louder you must configure it so that it doesn't go as low. If you configure it to go lower it won't sound as loud. If you want it to go lower and louder at the same time you can do so, by making it larger, or by making it able to handle a lot more power, as in at least
four times as much. With similar box sizes and power you can go lower, or you can go louder, but you can't do both.