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Old 4th July 2020, 08:16 AM   #11
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Thanks for the reactions.

It will be a hard decision: Form vs function.
I guess the function is way more important....
I still got no idea what to expect from the ported version compared to the 830547 (300g Mms) PR version sub I had looong before.
the 105dB at 20 Hz was shocking for sure form the North Creek Thunder sub. If we count it was capable to reach it with only 250w amp...... even more stunning
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Default SLAPS M12 arrived

Just to give an impression of the build quality of the SLAPS M12, are here some pictures.

The diaphragm is made of hard plastic. chassis (if you can call it that for this unit) is made of steel plate with a rubber gasket.
The surround is quite tough rubber/foam.

Overall I think the quality is quite good, and all seems quite sturdy.
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