Once you've heard 18's, nothing sounds the same! They take some serious power to push them bad boys, but man is it worth it! My current bass rig has two 18's and two 10's and the thing can kill small animals 100 feet away from the concussion alone!
QUOTE(Bayley @ Aug 19 2003, 04:14 PM)Also, for better Bass response you should consider putting the boxes on their sides so both 18's are firing off the floor. The higher in the air your sub's are, the less effective they become.
I WAS THINKING OF LAYING THEM DOWN SIDEWAY, MAYBE EVEN MAKING A BENCH OUT OF THEM FOR A BAR, OUTSIDE BAR, ECT...FOR FUN DANCING AND ALL !
hey eddie, i just bought some mackies for dj'ing. oh my god, their insane. check out their active line of speakers and subs(the amps are built in them). i have the srm450s for djing and theyre crazy. dont have a sub, but i hooked it up to their 18 inch at a store once. omg, just phenomonal.
* Two 15 inch BWX Black Widow® woofers with Kevlar® cones and field-replaceable basket, flat-wound 4 inch voice coil, and cast frame basket
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* Sound Guard™ HF driver protection circuit
* Frequency response: 51 Hz to 16 kHz
o 10 dB cutoff: 41 Hz
* Sensitivity: 98 dB (1 W/1 m)
* Power handling: 2000 Watts program, 4000 Watts peak
* External voicing switch
* Trapezoidal, quasi 3-way, full-range/biampable enclosure
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* 4 Ohms
* Neutrik® bi-amp jack