Originally Posted by bear123
That does seem a bit odd. Luckily, there is a 3rd party site that lists Spinorama data for most Revel speakers although this is not provided directly by Revel. Seems like Revel needs one person capable of making such a decision to assign someone to adding links to the website with spins for each speaker. They have them, embrace the science wholeheartedly(almost), and wouldn't be that much work to do it.
Even if they "buried" the spins into a white paper for each speaker so that only those truly interested would get to them, rather than confuse the average consumer with TMI they don't understand.
Even the powered subs make it look like you're just picking a size. Like there is no difference between them. ???
Type: Powered subwoofer
Low-frequency transducer: Coated paper/pulp cone (12" – B112V2; 10" – B110V2) with 50mm two-layer copper
voice coil, vented ceramic 5 magnet assembly and vented die-cast aluminum frame
Amplifier power: 1,000 watts (RMS), 2,000 watts (peak)
Input sensitivity/impedance: 400mV (full power)/20k ohms (balanced); 14k ohms (unbalanced)
Crossover frequency: 50Hz – 150Hz low-pass filter with LFE bypass
Enclosure type: Sealed
Inputs: Balanced (XLR); unbalanced (RCA)
Available finishes: High-gloss walnut, black and white
Dimensions (H x W x D):
18-7/16" x 15-15/16" x 16-9/16" (468mm x 404mm x 420mm), with grille
16-7/8" x 14-5/16" x 13-7/16" (428mm x 364mm x 342mm), with grille
64.8 lb (29.4kg)
53.8 lb (24.4kg)