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post #31 of 37
It's nothing to me, I have over 16 subwoofers. I don't even use these anymore as they don't fit my current application and I just simply don't have room for these anymore.

I will be throwing them in the trash within a few months TOPS.
Now that's a 1st-world problem if you ever did hear one, huh? eek.gifeek.gif





You could make a Martysub for them, or just fill in the screw holes with glue until.
post #32 of 37
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Bass It's nothing to me, I have over 16 subwoofers. I don't even use these anymore as they don't fit my current application and I just simply don't have room for these anymore.

I will be throwing them in the trash within a few months TOPS.
Now that's a 1st-world problem if you ever did hear one, huh? eek.gifeek.gif

Such a problem wink.gif I’m not quite sure what you’re offering the OP (1 or 2?) but I know a member here on the forum that has tried to get me to give up a 15” SDX driver that would most likely be very interested in buying one of yours if it’s available? He was just asking about it a month or so back, so I would think he still would be if one is available?
post #33 of 37
The driver on the bottom one is actually a prototype and has an OEM defect (not working well); the top one is the final-version, but I can swap boxes if the OP wants because the top box has some of the paint flying off it as you can see. Not that it would matter much, I'm sure the box would be toast by the time it makes it to Aussieland.

Here's some attachments you might find of use:
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post #34 of 37
I see you’re in the NW as I, the member that is looking for a 15” SDX is also. Just LMK if you find that you have one to unload if the OP isn’t interested. I would really like having another one of course but the other member I’m thinking of was actually seeking one. I have the new 12” and the 15”.

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post #35 of 37
In terms of low extension it seems to me that LMS-R 15 would have problems to be tuned that low compared to Dayton 18HO or Ultimax 15, both having Fs 19.5Hz versus LMS-R 15 with Fs of 23.6Hz. Hence in reality when built, higher F3 for LMS-R . Can I be wrong? (Better be because i already bought one and starting the design smile.gif)
post #36 of 37
Anybody?
post #37 of 37
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Originally Posted by BassThatHz View Post

The driver on the bottom one is actually a prototype and has an OEM defect (not working well); the top one is the final-version, but I can swap boxes if the OP wants because the top box has some of the paint flying off it as you can see. Not that it would matter much, I'm sure the box would be toast by the time it makes it to Aussieland.

Thanks for the offer but I would not be willing to pay postage to an unknown person in the USA for a possible free product.

On another note, what do you think the JTR Captivator 2400 passive and a Crown XLS2500 can do? Beat an SVS PB13 Ultra?

I can get a secondhand Cap 2400 passive at a good price. Go for it?
Edited by j2037 - 3/31/14 at 8:12pm
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