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Hi everone.

I was not happy when I knowen the EPIK Phoenix discontiuned.I love this sub very much.14HZ in deep,powerful and clean,tight bass,18 diver.Great.

Now I want some now sub performance close to Phoenix.A sub our body can feel it.

I find EDA7-350 and av123 mfw15 ,which close to pfoeinx? other advises?

Thank you for your help. Have a nice day!
 

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Well, I haven't heard either of them, but what I can tell you is that quite a few users have reported quality/performance issues with the MFW15. Take a look at the last few pages of the MFW15 vs Empire thread for some context. I'm not saying don't buy it, I'm merely pointed out that the MFW isn't known for its reliability. It's supposed to be a great bang-for-your-buck type sub that can, when working properly, sound great.
 

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Well, I haven't heard either of them, but what I can tell you is that quite a few users have reported quality/performance issues with the MFW15. Take a look at the last few pages of the MFW15 vs Empire thread for some context. I'm not saying don't buy it, I'm merely pointed out that the MFW isn't known for its reliability. It's supposed to be a great bang-for-your-buck type sub that can, when working properly, sound great.

Thanks a lot .And your suggestions are vey helpful.I considered seriously.

Good luck to you and enjoy a nice day!
 

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Change my questions.


Which digs deeper? The ED a7-350,or MFW-15?Just low entension not the output .I really like the frequency below 20HZ.


Thank you and hope someone know help me
 

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The a7-350 has a larger enclosure, more powerful amp, weighs 90 lbs more, and costs $1200. I would think that it would dig deeper, and louder than the MFW-15, which costs $699 and can be found B-stock for $499 + shipping right now.
 

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Jason X as a actual owner of both subs you are interested in I thought I would chime in. Not one of those heard from a friend who heard from a friend that this sub is great that one sucks. For home theater low freq feel room shaking affect the A7-350 is the way to go. If you prefer more of the mid bass to upper bass slam and articulation go with the MFW-15. I have a used one and a new one both operating perfectly. So there you go my recommendation from a actual user and owner not a brand name loyalist. If you decide on the A7-350 be prepared it is a 215lb monster and if you specify during ordering E.D. will attach threaded inserts for feet attachment at no extra charge if you should so desire.
 

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Jason X as a actual owner of both subs you are interested in I thought I would chime in. Not one of those heard from a friend who heard from a friend that this sub is great that one sucks. For home theater low freq feel room shaking affect the A7-350 is the way to go. If you prefer more of the mid bass to upper bass slam and articulation go with the MFW-15. I have a used one and a new one both operating perfectly. So there you go my recommendation from a actual user and owner not a brand name loyalist. If you decide on the A7-350 be prepared it is a 215lb monster and if you specify during ordering E.D. will attach threaded inserts for feet attachment at no extra charge if you should so desire.

Given the fact that the OP changed his question in post number 11 to which sub will do better with sub 20 Hz frequencies, the simple answer is the A7-350. He didn't say anything about upper bass slam. Just the opposite.
 

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My bad just got a ticket from the local AVS forum sheriff!
Jason X in your case get the E.D. A7-350 for that low end horsepower you are looking for once again from a first hand owner.

I'm satisfied as long as a flaming fanboi has the last word in any thread that even hints at the MFW-15
 

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Given the fact that the OP changed his question in post number 11 to which sub will do better with sub 20 Hz frequencies, the simple answer is the A7-350. He didn't say anything about upper bass slam. Just the opposite.

All DTMike did was join the conversation and give his thoughts on both since he happened to have first hand experience with both subs.


Which is what this topic is about isn't it?



So what if Mike happens to like his MFW-15, the OP was asking for advice on that sub and Mike was kind enough to give it.
 

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All DTMike did was join the conversation and give his thoughts on both since he happened to have first hand experience with both subs.


Which is what this topic is about isn't it?



So what if Mike happens to like his MFW-15, the OP was asking for advice on that sub and Mike was kind enough to give it.

The topic is whatever the OP changes it to, which is output below 20 Hz as noted in post number 11. The OP didn't ask about upper bass output or articulation, just output below 20 Hz. It is as simple as that
 

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The topic is whatever the OP changes it to, which is output below 20 Hz as noted in post number 11. The OP didn't ask about upper bass output or articulation, just output below 20 Hz. It is as simple as that

Ohhh right, sorry about that Mr AVS Forum law man. You big, tough, guy there with your shiny little plastic badge. Dictating how or what people are allowed to say or are not allowed to say.


Carry on, you're making us all feel so much safer here.
 

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Yadfgp thanks for your input welcome to the AVS forum I guess. To the OP my recommendation for your listening preference still stands. If I was in fact a fan boy why would I recommend another brand? I call things the way they are and as such a actual owner, key word here that is why I chimed in. It is as simple as that, Jason X Good luck with your choice.
 
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