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A speaker that really pounds.
Folded-horn sub features an 18" Black Widow driver with a field-replaceable basket. It handles 1,000W of power and has a 150Hz integrated crossover with high-pass output. Compact size and built-in wheels make it a breeze to move. 8 ohms. Speakon connector. 24-1/2"W x 36"H x 28-1/2"D. 164 lbs.
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Very nice sub. I love them. I've got a pair that I run with a QSC RMX2450 bridged. What a great combo! I center cluster these and get one mean power alley. Chest thumping bass and very full sounding. They work great with live music and with DJ's. I highly recommend them.
Very low frequencies (below 80 Hz) are rich and powerful. However, mid-lows aren't reproduced quite as efficiently, so these speakers will work much better when complemented by an array of other bass bins. Like any good subwoofer system, install these in a pair for optimum SPL. Since they are long-throw designs, they are intended to push true bone-rattling bass more efficiently in a mid to large sized club or concert venue, rather than a small room. The field-replaceable basket is an extremely easy to use feature, and ensures that these bins are ready to work night after night. I'm using two QSC RMX 1850HD amps in bridged mono, and they are a perfect match for good, clean DJ sound. Also, having the option of the internal crossover in addition to a bypass for your active crossover system really makes upgrading over time far more convenient. And when size and weight matter, these subs really pack a punch even for a relatively small and affordable package.
Of course you need other cabinets to get "full Sound". This is a subwoofer, intended to reproduce the frequencies below 150hz. I'd hate you hear your full range country band coming through those subs!
Just like what you expect from any other peavey product. Very good sounding and lots of bass. Sounds great all the way up to clipping. I would recommend it.
Too big, too heavy, and no volumn by itself. Must have several other cabinets to go with it for a full sound.