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3db
02-11-2016, 04:56 AM
post #22754 of 22771 (http://www.avsforum.com/forum/113-subwoofers-bass-transducers/1214550-official-rythmik-audio-subwoofer-thread-759.html#post41229641)


Hi guys,

As I mentioned before Chris Fogel, from Hyperion Sound @ ELBO Studios in Glendale, CA got an FV15HP back in June 2015 for his film mastering studio. Today we got a second order from him for a pair of F12s for a small stereo room. He is very impressed with the capabilities of the FV15HP. So I just wanted to share with you guys the list of the movies he already mastered using the FV15HP:

Creed
Spy
Trumbo
Zoolander 2
5th Wave
Ghostbusters (still in production)
Birth of a Nation (just won Sundance)
Halo 5 soundtrack (game)

Feanor
02-11-2016, 05:01 AM
The Rythmik subs are attract and reasonably priced. I want one (or two).

3db
03-21-2016, 07:26 AM
Rythmik is now selling a dual front ported sub using a 12" driver and a 400Watt amp with extension at 14 Hz down 4db ..


http://www.rythmikaudio.com/images/LVX12_BO_med.jpg


Rythmik Audio 15" servo subwoofer LVX12 specs


(http://www.rythmikaudio.com/LVX12_specs.html)

3db
05-06-2016, 08:58 AM
Below is the output of the Rythmik line of subs ...taken from Rythmik's home page.

Output comparison
Every one of our subwoofers has bass extension lower than 20hz. Our frequency response specification is based on -3db point which is far more stringent than +/-3db that other manufacturers have used. +/-3db is more like our -6db specification because the former is equivalent to 0db/-6db specification. Lower bass extension is also advantageous in multiple sub setup.

At 20 Hz, our subs vary in their maximum output capability. The output at 20 Hz is shown relative to F12.

F12: 0db (baseline)
F8/FM8: -1.5db
L12: -1db
LV12R: +2.5db
L22: + 4db
LVX12: +4db
E15HP: + 4db
F15HP: +4.5db
FVX15: +6.5db
FV15HP: +9.5db
F25: +8db