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Old 26th March 2007, 15:23   #286
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Cerwin Vega StrokerPro12

Look at that beast! And that surround!!! I'd be scared to be in a dark room, alone with this thing.
Haven't heard the new Strokers well enough, but from what I hear from others they are not even close to the old Strokers. I have used the old ones with great results. Real beauties of their times.

These are tall surrounds, a lot of companies use these nowadays. The old Strokers had surrounds like the kind you find on PA drivers; multiple roll fabric.
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Haven't heard the new Strokers well enough, but from what I hear from others they are not even close to the old Strokers. I have used the old ones with great results. Real beauties of their times.Strokers had surrounds like the kind you find on PA drivers; multiple roll fabric.
I agree. THese huge roll surounds mated to heavy cones and having huge Xmax somehow rob something from the music.
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Hey, I thought you already had a pair of 12" IDs from Gunbir/Autophile. You getting newer (read as bigger, better) subs? Let me remind you the car is a Swift not a Skoda! Given the Swift's small trunk I'd like to see how you manage to squeeze all that in.

3 amps and a pair of subs in the rear. I assume you will soon be discarding the rear seats altogether.

Your new subs...?
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Navin Ji I am not getting the stroker and also did not bought them from Gunbir Phaji also......Hmm what I am getting will be bought in a day or two and will be posting there pics soon as they are purchased.....and no rear seat will be discarded it will remain in this manner...


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I agree. THese huge roll surounds mated to heavy cones and having huge Xmax somehow rob something from the music.
that beast is having a Xmax of 40 mm..........man that is huge......
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wow! whats that! its a nut, no its a bolt, no its a stool

hydra stop scaring people with pix of stuff like that! it weight just 33kgs and cost 1000$?
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Navin Ji I am not getting the stroker
I know! :-)

BTW check this out...

Yahoo! Answers - Clarion or Image Dynamics?
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Navin - Latest update is that he's getting a pair of 15" Reference Sony's, says they are the best stuff ever made!! I don't have much knowledge but have a little trouble believing that
hmm...some thing in this grade would just do fine for me.....

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wow! whats that! its a nut, no its a bolt, no its a stool

hydra stop scaring people with pix of stuff like that! it weight just 33kgs and cost 1000$?

JK sir it is not 33 kgs it is just 14.96 kgs......dont know about the price tho...

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hydra stop scaring people with pix of stuff like that! it weight just 33kgs and cost 1000$?
JK relax, it is not even the biggest sub I've heard/seen. The biggest sub I have seen was a 30" Electro-Voice. The person who demoed the sub plugged it into a 50Hz 110V mains and all the sub did was make a loud 50Hz hum. Dont do this at home!
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I know! :-)

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Yahoo! Answers - Clarion or Image Dynamics?
hmm...interesting....but lets what Gunbir has to say about this......
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lbm, i read it as 15kg someher and 33 somewher and it was uqoted 750 -1000$ and that it is not available anymore.
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hmm...interesting....but lets what Gunbir has to say about this......
Hmmm... interesting. Well all I can say is there are some iDQ users on this forum itself. Lets ask them how many times their subs have failed. To save you some trouble, the answer is zero. And whats with comparing an iD product with a clarion sub .
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Hmmm... interesting. Well all I can say is there are some iDQ users on this forum itself. Lets ask them how many times their subs have failed. To save you some trouble, the answer is zero. And whats with comparing an iD product with a clarion sub .
exactly.....I dont think I have not seen a single ID sub failed....about the clarion sub I have not a single one installed anywhere.....
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...Well all I can say is there are some iDQ users on this forum itself. Lets ask them how many times their subs have failed. ...
Well, I'll also be able to comment in a week or so (heh, heh).
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Well, I'll also be able to comment in a week or so (heh, heh).
Yes, we would love to hear of your experience with the sub. and whats this I hear about another surprise brewing up at your end?
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i am probably the first teambhpian to have a look and listen to those steg amps of lbm.the only way i can discribe those monsters are IMMACULATE.they are simply awesome!!!the sound is as sweet as nectar.
they can do justice to any kind of music.the power is reaaaal gut wrenching.the best sounding amps i have ever heard.
hats off to you lbm,i really envy you my brother!!!!!
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