I guess both, a SubM XL and a SubM "Mini" would be a great deal and tremendously extend your potential customer base, especially here in Europe, where I come from. People over here more often demand small subs than in the US, but there are hardly ones to find, which have enough power to hit really hard (which is of course not an easy task given the physical boundaries of such a design). Some American manufacturers such as Sunfire and Velodyne already seem to have realized that a market for such subs exists here, but Sunfire subs are not as powerful as Seaton designs and the Velos are extremely overpriced. But what is most important in the first place, is a 240V SubM HP becoming finally available. You must be very tired of having to put off all these potential buyers time and time again. Therefore I'll spare you answering this question once again.
Instead, I have a more technical question regarding the 240V HP: Would there be any differences or benefits in the performance of a 240V SubM HP compared to the 120V version?
Another question: What are the benefits of the HP's DSP-settings, when users are not able to make any changes? It cannot result in any room optimization as long as changes aren't possible. Is it just to change the sub's characteristics a little bit depending on its use (music or movies)?
Edited by Dustcap - 6/21/12 at 6:13am