Originally Posted by irvin
Hey Jeremy is the weight on the bps-212 Turbo still 60 pounds or has it gone up since the beefier and amp.
Only by a little bit. The sub still weighs about 60lbs shipped with packing materials included.
Originally Posted by shadyJ
Hey Jeremy, what is the base response on your subs like? Any chance of posting some kind of performance information on the product pages?
Our measurements state on the website 24-200 HZ +/- 3.5 db. The response is fairly flat to about 30 hz with a nice taper down to about the 20 hz area that works well with room gain.
We went with a pretty standard sealed sub response profile using a little eq to get deep response, but not excessively so.
I don't like posting response graphs until some of the third party measurements come in. The reason being, I have seen folks that have posted outdoor graphs, close mic'd graphs and even in room graphs of their own only to see 3rd party reviews come in with measurements that vary. And even if those graphs vary a small amount, even a few db there seems to end up being confusion over "which graph is the right one"?
Sure, I could post more graphs and even provide 1/8 space SPL predicted numbers on the site and I may sell more subs.
But I know that I will build a better reputation rating things conservatively. And that is what we are attempting to do.
We have a sub going to Jim Wilson next month and he will be taking some response measurements I am sure as he does with most of his evaluations.
I also spoke with Josh Ricci of Data-bass.com about doing response and CEA 2010 measurements on one of our subs. He has to of course wait for spring weather and there are a few people in line ahead of us.
If we can get that worked out I am sure we can get him a unit to evaluate sometime late spring/early summer.
Originally Posted by oneeyeblind
Where are you subs assembled and / or built? Best of luck.
Originally Posted by JT78681
I believe he puts them together right there in Gulfport, MS.
This is correct! Cabinets hand made right here in town and assembled here as well.