"Then we have jokers like LTD"
no need to resort to name calling. that only highlights how weak your arguments are on the merits.
i've helped lots of folks around here from simple sealed builds to monster horns with success across the board. all i see you doing is arguing how superior your system is and dodging any questions.
you didn't answer any of the questions on the topic though, so let's try again.
it seems that you are saying that all the work on controlling/minimizing/linearizing inductance in subs is a complete waste. is that right?
if so, what then do you have to say to all the engineers at 18sounds, ae, alpine, b&c, bms, dayton, jbl, re (just to cite a few), who all put inductance control devices in their subs?
"In the singular case of the TC stuff, they use a massive copper pole sleeve to short inductance, which has a chain effect through the rest of the motor and is priced accordingly. The end result is zero net gain when using them as a subwoofer. The difference comes in displacement capability and inductance is irrelevant. I prefer low inductance, if all else is equal, but if I have to pay double or triple for it, I'll pass."
“I am a Submersive HP owner as well. I can tell you that while the SM is a VERY good sub, Warp's "XLERATORS" are very different. Beyond the incredible output, they have a tightness and transparency that sounds very different from the SM. So much so, Warp has me convinced I need to pick up a pair of LMS 18's and follow in his footsteps.” –TJHUB
and for whatever it is worth, i don't doubt your approach dave. for those who have the money, it would kill most everything from big buy stores. our arguments are in the details.Edited by LTD02 - 10/17/12 at 9:31pm