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Smokey
08-29-2013, 07:55 PM
If you are what industry insiders call "subwoofer poor", then this subwoofer might be right up your alley.

Pro Audio Technology just introduce their new subwoofer LFC-24sm that weighs a whopping 266 pounds. About 88 pounds of that is the subís 24-inch driver, which has a sensitivity rating of 99dBSPL.

With 1000 watts of power to back up this beast, it measure 60.5" x 26" x 21". Other features include four front-firing ports and a suite of in-room performance calibration controls, including parametric EQ and delay.

http://www.electronichouse.com/images/uploads/article_large/ProAudio-LFC24sm-large.jpg

Product News: Pro Audio Technology Blasts Out 266-Pound Subwoofer, by Rachel Cericola - Electronic House (http://www.electronichouse.com/article/pro_audio_technology_blasts_out_266-pound_subwoofer/)

E-Stat
08-30-2013, 03:34 AM
If you are what industry insiders call "subwoofer poor", then this subwoofer might be right up your alley. Only 129 db capability?


Nah. I'll take one of Tom Danley's Tapped Horn subs good for 146 db continuous.


TH812 | Danley Sounds Labs | Danley Sound Labs, Inc. (http://www.danleysoundlabs.com/products/subwoofers/tapped-horns/th-812/)

Smokey
08-31-2013, 08:10 PM
Only 129 db capability?Nah.

I'll take one of Tom Danley's Tapped Horn subs good for 146 db continuous.

That thing need its own power station :)

That is a big subwoofer. I imagine using these monster subwoofers is not feasable for home use as one might crack the walls. Not to mention stomach churning.