Power Handling: 230W Maximum Music Power, 40W RMS
Frequency response: 26-30000Hz +/-2dB (driver spec)
5 - 40 W RMS/channel with tone control
DIY_newbie said:Their using a Behringer DEQ to equalize the speaker too thereby proving that the DEQ2496 is the "world's best equalizer" I knew this already from personal experience but for all you heretics out there, now you have proof
[EDIT] : At this price range surely they could atleast countersink the driver instead of leaving it sitting on top of the baffle
DcibeL said:I like how they say there is no crossover. And the pic of the EQ makes it obvious that it is doing nothing to make anything better by adding crazy amounts of bass.
That site was good for a chuckle. By the looks of it, the seller has sold 9 of these bloody things on ebay. 9 too many IMO.
He's clearly never heard of fullrange drivers, dual concentrics etc.In order to reproduce low bass or even mid-bass, every other manufacturer uses a seperate drive unit or a port
A real rarity - a genuine 'lossy' TL then, (with its associated inefficiency) somehow squeezed into those smallish cabs!there is no active port emitting audible sound...Only a perfected TL design with a patented material can achieve this
He doesn' even know what colour they are!Finished in mahogany and mahogany burled laminate...this pair unused and un-owned in mint condition is gloss black model
Where can I get some of this non-wooden mahogany?The enclosure has no wood or wood products within it. the top is solid mahogany