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Posted 09 March 2012 - 01:17 PM
Posted 09 March 2012 - 01:55 PM
2) New Sundown baskets in 10/12/15 sizes. I can't show off the renderings yet until my ornamental patent application is in... but think at LEAST as much clearance as the "Eclipse" baskets AND even stronger. 18s will definitely not make it for 2012... but are on the road-map for 2013. This will allow me to make the NS v.3 in 12s for music applications. These will be used on everything larger than the SA line.
** -- With the baskets come all new spiders, cones, and surrounds. Some pretty sick stuff... you guys will like it.
On this subject... I forgot to add that I am designing / tooling an adapter for the 18" 6-spoke to tide me over until our 18" tooling is done that will support the same spider size as our new 15" frame (257mm).
So we can start making even high excursion 18s this year as well
I just got m Z's
Now I have a new sub to get
2 Sundown Zv3 18''s
Xs Power 3400 secondary
Looking for an alt.
Posted 15 March 2012 - 12:25 PM
NS v.3 spider packs are in... the spiders are like the Z v.3 units but with an extra layer -- and the 15/18 models have triple leads. These will be standard issue on NS v.3 and optional on other models. They are yellow to immediatly identify them as the NS stiffness pack (5 layers) as opposed to Z v.3 (4 layers). I may even bring in a 6 or 7 layer pack for dedicated SPL purposes. Currently we use NS v.1 / v.2 spiders for SPL purposes stacked to the appropriate level.
Posted 15 March 2012 - 12:36 PM
Cant wait to see new Sundown amps! I need one
Posted 22 March 2012 - 09:03 AM
NS v.2 with the new NS v.3 yellow spider pack in place. As is typical with our drivers they are designed to handle around the rated power in free air so the ratings are a "worst case" conservative rating. As you can see this pack has no issues with the 2500D and the measured FS is still 37 Hz with only about 4-5 minutes of play time on it.
Posted 23 March 2012 - 03:34 PM
Posted 28 March 2012 - 03:31 PM
Posted 28 March 2012 - 04:53 PM
Posted 28 March 2012 - 05:25 PM
(2) CSS ERT26 Tweeters
(2) O2 Audio OM-605ND-PRO Mids
(2) 12" IA Lethal Injections
BHE Enclosure "Blue Magic"
Posted 05 April 2012 - 07:56 PM
3) Entirely new SAX / SAZ amp line... yes you read that correctly. I won't say any more yet until I get some prototypes Only the NS-1 isn't being re-vamped as it's already brand new and a separate line.
This has taken slightly longer than I hoped but I should have the first two new amps ready to test in a few weeks as the board are pretty much ready and just need the case tooling to get mounted in.
The 100.4 part is no more -- this unit is a good bit more powerful. I'll leave the rest of the details as a surprise :thumbsup:
Next up once those launch will be the SAZ-2500D v.2 and SAZ-3500D v.2 models... and finally we'll release a new SAX two channel likely in the 150-watt or so range this time around!
Once that is all done we can get cracking on the SAE amp line again.
Posted 05 April 2012 - 07:58 PM
Street Beat: 157.2db
2x REVOLUTION DESIGNS D9's
2x Fi Car Audio N3 18"s
Pioneer 800-PRS <3
Audiosystems X Series
Posted 05 April 2012 - 08:00 PM
Posted 05 April 2012 - 08:28 PM
I did get some sketches done of our proprietary 18" frame... which will be the very last one done likely towards the middle of 2013. The frame itself measures about 10.5" deep and supports 6" of p-p excursion. That is all the details on it for now =) Expect some more information on the 10/12/15 models in the next month or so.
i just had a small crisis when i read that.
Posted 05 April 2012 - 09:02 PM
It will be more than the 100.4 but with the wattage increase figured in it's only a small amount of difference dollar to watt. I don't want to spoil it yet... but I think everyone will love the SAX-125.4
will it be kinda like the sax 125.2? cause i pucking love mine thats powering my front comps, to go along with my sax 1200d for my sub
Edited by Ethan, 05 April 2012 - 09:02 PM.
Posted 05 April 2012 - 09:25 PM
the excursion on that sub was O_O
- JVC KDS88BT Headunit - 4 15" Fi N2 Fully Loaded Subs - SounDigital 16kD Amp - 14.5ft^3 Wall Tuned to 37hz with 202in^2 of port - Mechman 220a HO Alternator - 6 XS Power D3100 Batteries - Copper Buss bars - 2 Runs of 4/0 Welding Cable - Big 3 - Stinger Digital Volt Meter
Burp outlaw in the kick: 158.9db
Sealed on the dash: 157db
- SPL Labs Rep for Missouri -
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