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    Just close couple four of those and it should be good enough for your home theater

    http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/genera...?PId=173&MId=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaulive View Post
    Just close couple four of those and it should be good enough for your home theater

    http://www.jblpro.com/catalog/genera...?PId=173&MId=2
    Impressive sensitivity, but even so the S1S-EX would be my choice. There's just no practical application in a home setting for multiples of those 22x56x51,159 lb. monstrous horn enclosures. The S1S-EX is 31.5x21x22 at 129 lb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome View Post
    Impressive sensitivity, but even so the S1S-EX would be my choice. There's just no practical application in a home setting for multiples of those 22x56x51,159 lb. monstrous horn enclosures. The S1S-EX is 31.5x21x22 at 129 lb.
    Er, it's 159kg... that's 351lbs

    Definitely too big for a home setup but if you want earth shattering, 144dB from 22 to 250Hz should do it

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    " I am using 4 4645B's (which i think are very similar to the SIS's but I have no experience them, i just know you mentioned them in a post of mine when we were discussing the 4654 line of subs.) powered by 4 Crown's (bridged) in a 20' x 40 x 10 room (8000 cu. ft.) and believe me they are "earthshattering" ... "


    I second this, with a suggestion;

    Get a digital xover with the ability to create a " Stepdown mode " also known as a B6 filter.

    Then get a LARGE amp ( Crest 7200 or QSC MX3000a ) and there's your insane bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaulive View Post
    Er, it's 159kg... that's 351lbs

    Definitely too big for a home setup but if you want earth shattering, 144dB from 22 to 250Hz should do it
    Right, 351 lb.

    What rational person would even be able to get that into the house? Still it's an impressive monster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome View Post
    Right, 351 lb.

    What rational person would even be able to get that into the house? Still it's an impressive monster.
    The key with really big cabinets is to build them in the house and then you dont have the problem....

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    The new king of the hill....152 db


    http://www.martin-audio.com/products...Xdatasheet.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeharris View Post
    The new king of the hill....152 db
    Unfortunately it has a fatal flaw... it's missing three letters on the grille.

    Now, if it was Martini Audio...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeharris View Post
    Yup, but B&C is probably making the Neodymium 21" driver
    http://www.bcspeakers.com/product.php?id=0000000160

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