Originally Posted by JimWilson
Interesting; according to the Specifications section for the HD15s on Precision Acoustics website it uses a 12" driver. They also list the size as "Dimensions (HxWxD)-mm: N/A".
I guess if they can't get the easy part right there's little hope the engineering is any better...
What would you expect from a French Canadian Based company? Website says one thing, PDF says another. They aren't confused, they just don't really care. Their target isn't the smart, well to do folks with lots of money, they are targetting the larger not so affluent just give me big noise and shakity shake shake audience. Like you and me.
I love big speakers .... brrr brrrrrrr rrrr... feel that bass. (*&%($%( ... brrrrrr brrrrrr ... feel that bass!
But interesting, the 2 short ports ... how would this sub fair with a larger longer port? Oh well, if I was much younger, and my time worth alot less, I would start experimenting. Really, for $300, you get a 250w rms plate, and a 15" sub with a hefty magnet on it (I looked into the port). The klipsch doesn't have any foam or filling, where as the Precision Acoustics does.
But I doubt I will ever be able to get the real thiele-small parameters for that sub, so no point. Life's too short to care. Lets pump up that large vibrator!