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Mike1234 17th September 2007 04:25 PM

FS - Ascendant Audio Avalanche 18" NIB
These are SOUND QUALITY drivers, NOT designed for absolute highest output... though they will get VERY loud. In other words, if you must have the LOUDEST BASS POSSIBLE, these are NOT for you.

I bought these two years ago and never got around to doing anything with them. On arrival, the boxes were opened for physical inspection and then they were placed back into their original boxes. These were never mounted nor were they ever connected.

Asking $375 OBO Shipping Included to CONUS



Qts - .4
Qms - 6
Qes - .43
Vas - 550 Liters
Fs - 16 Hz
Re - 3.2 ohm
Le - 2.4 mH
Xmax - 27mm
Voice Coil - Dual 4 Ohm
800 Watts Rms
Sd 187.55 square inches.
Mounting depth:
Gasket on - 9 7/16" (9.4375")
Gasket off - 9 9/16" (9.5625")

Bill F. 17th September 2007 04:33 PM


I may be your buyer. But I can't get the pic links to work. I'd appreciate an email (click my name and then the email link.)



Mike1234 17th September 2007 04:41 PM

You Can Email Me...
Hi Bill,

I can't email yet. Although I'm not really new here, I haven't posted before today and the moderators limit what I can do. You're welcome to email me and I'll send the pics to you directly. My registered email is to my house so I can't reply until after 6:00 Central Time tonight.

BTW, I don't really want to sell these but I'm just not up to doing these type of projects anymore. In fact, I'd love to buy two more for a total of four and build two push/pull snail shell TL's. That would be a HOOT!!


Mike1234 17th September 2007 04:58 PM

I Have **TWO** (2) For Sale

The price is per driver.

Nichol1997 17th September 2007 07:41 PM

Are these the 6 spoke or 12 spoke baskets? Also, can you email me at with pictures.


Mike1234 17th September 2007 08:49 PM

These are twelve spoke baskets. Email sent.

Mike1234 18th September 2007 11:32 AM

!! Updated Links Ti Pics !!

Sorry the links didn't work. Here are updates....


kappa546 26th September 2007 08:40 PM

where in texas are you?

Mike1234 27th September 2007 04:09 AM

I'm in Converse... the San Antonio area.

omarmipi 2nd October 2007 01:20 AM

How much for 1 picked up? You can email me at dBassHz(at)gmail(dot)com Thanks.

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