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post #241 of 9374
Havent spoken with him in a while Kevin im sure hes swamped, im trying to give him a little breather, im glad I know the secret handshake
post #242 of 9374
I was able to get out to CES and meet Mark. I have to say, he is a real stand up guy. Sometime after the GTG that is going on he is going to check his schedule and then I will have my sub installed. I can't wait. One SubMersive in a 1000cf room. This should be fun .
post #243 of 9374
I have seen this question asked a half dozen times but never answered.

How and from where can someone order a Submersive?

Thanks,
Joe
post #244 of 9374
Contact Mark directly on this forum(Check your PM). He should get back to you. It just may take a bit of time. The website has sort of taken a back seat for the time being.
post #245 of 9374
I spoke with him today at a great home theater meet over at Pete's in Canton Michigan. He had the BMF there and also spoke a bit about the Submersive 2.Here he is chatting with thebland


Art
post #246 of 9374
He mentioned the SubMersive2 to me at CES. That truely sounds like a monster. It should be one of the top subs out there period when it comes out. Now it is just the waiting game for me.
post #247 of 9374
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Originally Posted by MIkeDuke View Post

He mentioned the SubMersive2 to me at CES. That truely sounds like a monster. It should be one of the top subs out there period when it comes out. Now it is just the waiting game for me.

Any details?
post #248 of 9374
Richard, check your PM.
post #249 of 9374
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Originally Posted by Richard Mayer View Post

Any details?

post #250 of 9374
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Originally Posted by MIkeDuke View Post

I was able to get out to CES and meet Mark. I have to say, he is a real stand up guy. Sometime after the GTG that is going on he is going to check his schedule and then I will have my sub installed. I can't wait. One SubMersive in a 1000cf room. This should be fun .

you'll definitely have a smile on your face once that thing is installed...my own experiences with a 2x15 system are very satisfying...for the moment that is...i'm not aware of all the specifics with Marks' sub but in 1000ft3 you should definitely look for at least reference level performance...i'm in 1800ft3 and DVD's have become a listening "event"...good luck to you.
post #251 of 9374
Hi Mark,

am interested a lot in your sub machine, did send many PM's mails and so on but no replies unfortunately. Can imagine you have lots on your mind with your subs.....
Live in Europe, if you do not wish to ship to Europe then let me know, please
post #252 of 9374
apparently I missed the link for Mark's site....
post #253 of 9374
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Originally Posted by SbWillie View Post

apparently I missed the link for Mark's site....

It will be http://seatonsound.com/, but it still not online. He's been a very busy man.
post #254 of 9374
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Originally Posted by kramskoi View Post

you'll definitely have a smile on your face once that thing is installed...my own experiences with a 2x15 system are very satisfying...for the moment that is...i'm not aware of all the specifics with Marks' sub but in 1000ft3 you should definitely look for at least reference level performance...i'm in 1800ft3 and DVD's have become a listening "event"...good luck to you.

The estimates that mark has given me are just plain sick. He is estimating that I could get 105-110 in the 10Hz range. 115-120 in the 20Hz range, and just silly numbers above 30Hz. It should be quite an experience. Especially when I consider what I am going from. A ported sub with a single 13in driver and 400 watts. This thing is a sealed box with 1000 watts and 2X15 inch drivers . I looked at your design. Very nice. I noticed that yours is 200Lbs. That is pretty heavy. Marks is 110Lbs. The good and amazing thing is that it is not much bigger then my sub. My sub know looks like yours. More long then wide. Marks is the same shape. The main difference is that his is taller and mine weighs 97lbs.
post #255 of 9374
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Originally Posted by Richard Mayer View Post

Any details?

2 18's and 2x the output.
post #256 of 9374
SubMersive2?????????
post #257 of 9374
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Originally Posted by new27 View Post

SubMersive2?????????

Come on. You really did not think that Mark was just going sit back on cruise control now did you
post #258 of 9374
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Originally Posted by new27 View Post

SubMersive2?????????

I don't have a lot of time at this moment, so I will make this very quick.

It should be made clear that I don't expect this to come to be for 4-6 months, but it is in motion. The price will be more than 2x the $1995 asking price of the SubMersive.

Thank you for all the interest and enthusiasm from everyone!
post #259 of 9374
Mark,

I know you're busy, but wondered if you might consider starting a list of those interested in the Submersive when they become readily available.

If not, are you at the point where you are you have a good idea of when you will reach production? (not on the Sub2, the Submersive).

I think I'd be less anxious if I had an approximate date, or knew I could get on a waiting list.

Thanx
post #260 of 9374
thanks Mark, the price on the sub2 puts me on the sidelines but I badly badly want the
SubMersive with one of the premium cabinets you mentioned were being manufactured in China, any timeline on that?
post #261 of 9374
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Originally Posted by Stereodude View Post

2 18's and 2x the output.

I should add more to this very quick explanation of what the intent is. Below ~25Hz, I expect the headroom of 2-3 SubMersives, and 3-6dB more above 25Hz. The other factor is that for probably 98% of their use, the driver being developed will never have to move to its conventionally rated, "linear" limits. In other words, the linearity will be exceptionally good at all operating levels.

The other purpose here is to fill the largest rooms to the performance levels we're starting to reach in moderate sized rooms without having to use 4-8 SubMersives. The SubMersive 2 is to be a performance leader and trend setter, not just the most bang for buck. It will be quite impressive for the package size.

I hope to have more solid information as to more regular availability of the SubMersive this week or next. There are a small number of SubMersives soon to be built up that do not yet have homes, but there are many more who have expressed interest. I'm pulling together some info and content for the website, where I will also have a small discussion forum specific to my products, designs, and related technical discussion.
post #262 of 9374
shouldn't you be finishing up on the bmf
post #263 of 9374
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Originally Posted by jongaro View Post

shouldn't you be finishing up on the bmf

That and 4-8 other designs.

The BMF did get a lot of attention this past week in getting it working for Saturday's meet that PAD, aka BigRedMachine on AV123, held in Canton, MI.
post #264 of 9374
BMF...............







By the way Pete, ( it was his meet on Saturday) on the left, is like 6' 7" tall.

Art
post #265 of 9374
all i can say is wow! good thing i have 2 already paid for!

did the tests measure up to what you were expecting?
post #266 of 9374
Wow indeed. That looks like one dangerous sub. The finish looks very nice as well.
post #267 of 9374
Thanks for posting those pics. It is one fine looking subwoofer.
post #268 of 9374
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Originally Posted by Art Sonneborn View Post



Hey....wait a minute.....Mark, this ain't fair man!

you take a $.025 coke from a rich dude like Jeff "TheBland", and you take me to the cleaners for Sushi at the WYnn in Vegas???? how does THAT work?!

hehehehhee....LOL

ps- THe BMF wood job is looking outstanding Mark...great job. Typical AV123 wood craftmanship. Now post some FR's would ya?!
post #269 of 9374
Why does the BMF amp say "Rocket UFW-12"?
Is this just a prototype?
This is the wrong thread to ask, but could someone give me some quick specs on the BMF?
Thanks!
post #270 of 9374
although i believe it uses a similar amp to the ufw... that was just there to seal the enclosure. i think they powered it externally as it is not the finished product
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