If that sub hits 126db, why would anybody sell it? Any current sub on the market under 2k would be a lateral move if this is the case...atleast in terms of peak output.
The reading is certainly wrong. It's an unreliable device and was the second choice next to the analog one. I'm not claiming it hit that level. I'm claiming that the meter read it. So even if it was 10-12db too high.....you get the idea. People seem to of bottomed theres out, I tried and I couldn't do it. It just gets too ridiculous.
I've been asked several times in this thread why I would sell such a beast but I made it clear in the initial post thats it too big! I'm in my mid 20s and I plan to do a lot of traveling over the next couple of years. I want to downsize my home theater so I can actually fit my gear in the back of an suv. thats where the sb-1000 comes in.