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Cookie21 31,092 37,995 July 1, 2016 at 10:23 PM in Audio / Video (3) More Musician's Friend Deals
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JBL PRX718XLF 18" Powered Extended Low-Frequency Subwoofer [musiciansfriend.com]

Features
Light weight
High power
Low distortion
High output
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#2
Great price for a great sub
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#3
That link takes me to a guitar
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Quote from t0mmyr View Post :
That link takes me to a guitar
Link [musiciansfriend.com], OP has a coupon to bring it down to $799.99
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Maybe dumb q, but is it not regular HT sub?
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#6
No, it's a pro-sub, to be used with DJ setups


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Maybe dumb q, but is it not regular HT sub?
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Physics tells me all subwoofers are low frequency. How low can you go?
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Quote from getbigtony View Post :
Physics tells me all subwoofers are low frequency. How low can you go?
Good product to get rid of your pesky neighbors !
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#9
30Hz -10db???? That sucks!

And with an 18" driver and 1500 watt amp, it should be able to play below 20Hz easy. And I'm guessing with such a poor design it isn't very linear.

This sub doesn't make sense.
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30Hz -10db???? That sucks!

And with an 18" driver and 1500 watt amp, it should be able to play below 20Hz easy. And I'm guessing with such a poor design it isn't very linear.

This sub doesn't make sense.
That's actually pretty normal at that price range. What exactly do you expect to reproduce accurately at 20Hz and who do you think is going to realize it?
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#11
This is a pretty great sub at a great price!
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Quote from upallnight312 View Post :
30Hz -10db???? That sucks!

And with an 18" driver and 1500 watt amp, it should be able to play below 20Hz easy. And I'm guessing with such a poor design it isn't very linear.

This sub doesn't make sense.
This sub is designed to play music in a venue , please tell me what songs you listen to that have any real information beneath 30hz..
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Quote from upallnight312 View Post :
30Hz -10db???? That sucks!

And with an 18" driver and 1500 watt amp, it should be able to play below 20Hz easy. And I'm guessing with such a poor design it isn't very linear.

This sub doesn't make sense.
It's a DJ sub, tuned to be loud as all hell (134db) at 50-60Hz.

When you are in a bar or club that thump thump you feel is not 20Hz content People aren't dancing to the attack scene of War of the Worlds.
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Quote from getbigtony View Post :
Physics tells me all subwoofers are low frequency. How low can you go?
brown note
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Quote from Cookie21 View Post :
JBL PRX718XLF 18" Powered Extended Low-Frequency Subwoofer [musiciansfriend.com]

Features
Light weight
High power
Low distortion
High output
Argh, just bought one at $999.

Shows $949 for me, how did you get it to $799?
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