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I have 2 Critical Mass LS 152

15" Neo shallow mount subs, that I really want to hold on to, but my wife say otherwise.:whip:

These don't come up often, hence my sadness in letting them go.

Specs from the CM site

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

Speaker Size : 15"
Voice Coil : 3"
Max Power Handling : 2000 W
RMS Power Handling : 1100 W
Fs : 28 Hz
Znom : 2 Ohms
Linear Xmax p-p : 25.4 mm
SPL : 94 dB/2.83V
Motor : NEO


FEATURES :

Thin Mount Design:
Allows for custom shallow depth box designs.

Lightweight Design:
Weighs up to 66% less than most other High Power Subwoofers.

Huge NEO Motor structure:
Up to 20 times more magnetic charge than standard magnets.

Huge 3" Multi Layer Voice Coil:
More than 3 times the power-handling of other shallow Depth Woofers.

Multiport Vented Motor structure:
Increased Long term power handling.

Inverted Motor structure:
Further increases long term power handling and allows for shallow mounting depth.

Woven Carbon/Glass Fiber Cone:
Increased Power to Weight ratio.

Designed for Ultra small Sealed or small vented Boxes:
1.0 qft (requires 1100W for full output)
1.25 qft (requires 900W for full output)
1.5 qft vented at 48 Hz (requires 500W for full output)


I will post pics with user name tomorrow.

I am asking $400 each

Cash is king, but trades are possible
 

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Wow, 15" kickpanel speakers FTW..


Excellent ! and yes you never do see these for sale....
 

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Wow, 15" kickpanel speakers FTW..


Excellent ! and yes you never do see these for sale....
yep I would think some of the sq guys would be intrested in these. Hit me up boys, my wife isn't gonna let me keep um
 

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Must look away. Very nice subs man, very nice, I was a C-Mass dealer and loved the LS subs.
 

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Most have never used or heard these gems.
I agree, they see the name Critical Mass and thing it = 100% hype. What is misunderstood, is that the origional owner of Critical Mass was/is a genius, and the products that were designed by he prior tothe buyout, are stellar. And Yes if they are bought new from a dealer they are expensive, way to expensive. But dollar for dollar, the LS can stand right beside a lot of standard design sq subs, but as for thin, there is as far as I am concerned only those who try to live up to the benchmark that Critical Mass LS series subs have set.
 

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grow some balls, keep the subs, what man wants to live by wife rules?
if you sell these it wont be long before she will tell you what is next of your favorite toys to be old.

man up, tell her she needs to sell something of hers she loves, and keep your subs.









































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grow some balls, keep the subs, what man wants to live by wife rules?
if you sell these it wont be long before she will tell you what is next of your favorite toys to be old.

man up, tell her she needs to sell something of hers she loves, and keep your subs.






































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if you saw a picture of my closet and all the cae audio stuff you would understand her point. I am completely addicted:laugh:
 

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Trades, I have a UL12 and a pair of IDQ15V1's(together to try and make the cost), these would take place of the IDQ's nicely in my IB set-up..

Long shot I know, had to ask though...
 
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