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Originally Posted by ransac /forum/post/16845155
This is the third or fourth time the Dodecasub has been brought up. I have yet to hear from anyone who has one. I think most consider it a novelty sub. Notice, even eD has nothing to say about it. Though it would make a nice conversation piece.
Yes, that is not something readers here have expressed any real interest in. I
now how does that work? is all the speakers wired in phase? i don't see it working to well.
Even from those that can easily afford it.
Originally Posted by spyboy /forum/post/16847000
Yes, that is not something readers here have expressed any real interest in. If you want to see something really impressive (as far as performance) check this one out. It only has 4 drivers:
Even though the Genelec is quite an impressive monster, I am not aware of anyone on this Forum who owns one, but you can read about it here:
Originally Posted by brandonnash /forum/post/16849318
I am not a big believer in this sub. Not saying its not a killer, it does have crazy output, but from a quad subwoofer system it should do a lot better than advertised. Sure they're only 12's, but there are 4 of them and I would think better drivers would provide better power handling. These are only getting 250 watts each. There are better pro sound subwoofer for a lot cheaper. You can get a Danley TH-Spud for less than half the price, equal it's performance and have better placement options to boot. And you have to figure in that the spud only has 2-8" drivers, better power handling, and weighs over a hundred pounds less than the genelec. You could even go a step up to the TH-50 and get better output, better power handling, and amazingly all from a single 15" driver while still saving money.