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Dayton Audio RS1202K 1000 Watt Dual 12" Subwoofer Kit
I read a comment on another sub kit that the auto-off was a problem during longer quiet scenes in a movie because the sub would thump when turning back on. I already had this issue with another brand sub I'm replacing - is there another amp option?
do you think I would get more\better bass from 2 - 12" sealed subs as opposed to this dual sub kit? I was thinking of copying M&K X12 Push\Pull sub , but read I would be better off with 2 sealed subs. I wonder if it is the same as with this? THANKS
Without being able to model both for comparison it is impossible to say. If you want to use dual subs, it is generally best to have each in their own enclosure for more room placement options, which will help smooth the overall response.
Date published: 2014-11-07
Looking at this speaker kit or a pair of the Part # 300-7096 kits with spa500 panel amps. My receiver has two LFE sub outputs and I'm not sure which direction would be better. Any suggestions?
Two separate subwoofers will always be better than one (even two in a single box). They will allow for more room placement options to help with smoother bass response.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Do this component comes in a finish color or other colors
Unfortunately this is only available in one finish.
Date published: 2014-06-23
How we'll would this subwoofer mate to the CBT36?
This would be an excellent choice for adding more low end to the CBT 36 system.
Date published: 2014-06-06
How would a pair of these subs compare to a pair of the Part # 300-7094 18" HO subs
I am setting up a new HT room and I was considering building the CBT36 for mains and either a pair of these sub (look beautiful) or a pair of the 18" HO Kits with the SPA 1000 amps (or a single QSC stand alone amp)
After modeling both they are very similar, each with ups and downs. For example, the 18" with the same power is about ~1.2 dB more efficient throughout its passband which means about 1.2 dB more overall output which is negligible. The 12" subs use less excursion however, never reaching limits with 900 watts (assuming no EQ is applied.) The 18" model reaches linear excursion limits with 900 watts at about 22 Hz. The F3/F10 numbers are quite a bit different as well.18HO: F3/F10 - 42.8Hz/22.9Hz12HF: F3/F10 - 42.4Hz/25.98Hz
Date published: 2014-12-01