Originally Posted by shadyJ
Steve, someone ought to simply make a commercial version of the sub you made. A heavy duty 12" with two PRs, you get big performance from a small package. SVS could probably do the same with their Plus driver.
I honestly don’t see why not, it’s not like a bunch of company's are doing it because of the cost factor of the PR’s. Thing is though, their cost per driver would make some wonder why not? Size is such a factor with many, spl is always a consideration for anyone in the know, and the all important SQ! Done right it’s a very nice option. I know Bob with CSS had Jeff B do his homework in designing the 12” SDX dual PR http://creativesound.ca/details.php?model=Quartet12XD%20Subwoofer%20Kit
and I have no doubt Funk did the same with their 18” driver dual PR 18.3 option. http://www.funkaudio.ca/18.3_Overview.html
I wouldn’t be surprised if some major Id Co. who ran with it could do really well. Look at how much the Klipsh is going for, http://www.klipsch.com/p-312w-subwoofer/details#specs
SVS, PSA, Rythmik or HSU could do much better imo. No reason why it has to cost that much! The Funk 18.3 is the same cost with a 18” driver.
Sorry for the rant, back to reg feet, or should I say "system" programing.. it does pertain as a other direction though instead of big $$ feet.