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Old 7th February 2008, 14:07   #61
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the sub looks QUITE huge.
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Bravo!! Nicely done. I like everything so far.
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the sub looks QUITE huge.
Hmm, getting more confused?
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the sub looks QUITE huge.
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Hmm, getting more confused?
look what i found this seems even bigger

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haan, now you are talking gunman. :-)

excellent stuff. congrats tool.

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Pardon my ignorance Gunbir but is that Sub a DVC?
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It is a DVC. The max comes in dvc only.
As LBM said, it comes in DVC only, 2+2 or 4+4. There are no SVC iD subs in the current lineup.
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Old 8th February 2008, 00:04   #67
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look what i found this seems even bigger
yes, it is a 15" 5000w rms sub. it belong to our spl champ Low_Bass_Makker.

Earlier he had the ID MAX.

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Old 8th February 2008, 00:58   #68
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and i found something even biggr,,, but whats your point?????

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What about this massive 22" MTX Sub










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Old 8th February 2008, 09:15   #70
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Oho, kids when will you learn... its not how big it is that matters, its what you do with it...


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Sit on that Boofer and pump up the volume for nice massage.
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LOL Gunbir.

Great install pics as always. Waiting for more

Dont get me wrong but IDs seems to be 'one solution for all' sub, is that the case or most of your customers have similar preferences?
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Oho, kids when will you learn... its not how big it is that matters, its what you do with it...
Gunbir I for one hav not been too happy with all these high MMs/ big Xmax behemoths - i have not heard the subs shown above but others I have heard are just not musical - they dont give me goosebumps.
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and i found something even biggr,,, but whats your point?????
How are you Phaji long time no see...

Anyways if we compare the two the Ground zero weights just 39 kg with mounting depth of only 271 mm and total depth of just 310 mm, 35 mm Xmax and magnet size of just 280 mm when compared to Hertz Mille with a weight of 16.5 kgs with mounting depth of 242 mm and total depth of 266 mm, 8.5 mm Xmax and magnet size of 220 mm.

So the GZ is much more meatier, heavier, and deeper

No offence

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Gunbir I for one hav not been too happy with all these high MMs/ big Xmax behemoths - i have not heard the subs shown above but others I have heard are just not musical - they dont give me goosebumps.


But as HEHO (high excursion high output) subs go, the iDMax is a very interesting beast. Just when you think its an SPL sub, it will wow you with its musicality and low end music detail. And just when you made up your mind about its SQ capability, the output levels will have you believe otherwise. Among HEHO subs, its a high efficiency sub for sure. It gets plenty loud with just 300-400w.

But, its best used in large cars. I have tried using one in my own car cuz I love what it does at the lower end, but its just too loud for me in a hatch. The new iDQv3 is perfect that way, it does a lot of what the iDMax does in terms of low end detail, but is sharper, clearer and faster. So for me, the new iDQv3 does it, and boy does it do it well. Goosebumps included in standard packaging.

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