So 10 inexpensive 12" subwoofer drivers in a single enclosure vs 2 18" or 1 21" cost is simalure for each. Well the 2 18's are 1/3 cheaper. Size of enclosure can be up to 26cu.ft. alignment is LLT.
Hmmm. Must it be? In real rooms distributing the subs can get smoother bass, presuming you have some DSP wizard to sync it all. In such case, the multiple 12s could have the advantage.in a single enclosure
JBL CS1214 or equivalent (there's been a couple of other models that are the same). They go on sale at Bestbuy from time to time. There's a huge thread on them in this forum.I cant find a 12" JBL for 30 dollars anywhere... What is the model?
There are some amps such as the Speakerpower 4 and 6kw amps that are specifically designed for maximum power at low frequncies at very low impedance (1-2ohms). They do need a stout breaker tho when drawing a lot of current.Hmmm. Must it be? In real rooms distributing the subs can get smoother bass, presuming you have some DSP wizard to sync it all. In such case, the multiple 12s could have the advantage.
JL Audio Fathom f110v2 powered subwoofer Measurements
Then my question is what amplification, since having worked for a giant Japanese audio company one of many pieces of wisdom gleaned over sake from their chief amp engineer is that loading amps down hard with low impedance is a bad idea. (My belief, which someday I shall try to measure and publish, is that you get more waste heat, blow circuit breakers sooner, and do NOT get more actual dynamic power)
Like others have said the gx1200 is the latest model I believe. There is also the cx1200 and cs1214 which are the older models I believe but pretty much the exact same maybe a different looking cone. Picked up some around black friday.I cant find a 12" JBL for 30 dollars anywhere... What is the model?