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I don't think you've ever heard high end subwoofers if you could make this statement.

My listening experience comes from my own vehicle where I would swap out and test subs from friends and my own collection. Each sub had its own characteristics and I could hear a difference in accuracy and SPL.

I'm currently running a Dynaudio Esotar 1200 in a 2 cu ft sealed box and it's the best I've ever heard in my car. I went from testing various IDQ, Focal K2 and JL w7 and w6 subs all in proper boxes. The sub bass coming from the Dynaudio is smooth, accurate and goes really low.


80hz is a null spot not incorrect time alignment

You could produce sub freqs using any cheap subwoofer but accurate and smooth transition doesn't come cheap. You could get SPL for cheap though.




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Wait, you are actually bragging on that FR graph?
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Wait, you are actually bragging on that FR graph?

I said it plays low and smooth then offer proof and now I'm bragging? Im just posting honest findings from what I've experienced and now I have to wear a flame suit.

Should've just posted one sentence useless replies like some of you trolls...

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I said it plays low and smooth then offer proof and now I'm bragging? Im just posting honest findings from what I've experienced and now I have to wear a flame suit.

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I would like to try a dynaudio 10 but after all the money I've spent already I dont want the 800 dollar price tage

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Default 12s for low power IB

An often overlooked sub is the ID CTX subs. You could stick with ID but go with the CTX 124 (4 ohm) or 128 (8 ohm). I've used them in IB in several convertibles! They were awesome and cheap! In my case, I needed a 4ohm load so I did two of the 8ohm (ctx128)

On Amazon: CTX124 - Image Dynamics 12" 4-Ohm Subwoofer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Y0VP06..._aCIkDbR54CEQX

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