Yeah. I realized recently that I'm much less interested in buying subwoofers based on how it performs at the very bleeding edge (short term bursts) where I do not want to have to run it. If I'm going to have to run a sub harder than what it can do in maximum long term output and where it starts to compress, I need to be looking at a different sub. It's like buying a receiver. Focusing too much on max burst is like only looking at a receiver at where it starts to clip. I don't buy a receiver to run like that either. So data that indicates performance below that seems much more useful.
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7/16/12 at 6:34am