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:woot: now I dont have to keep bothering you about them Aaron, has price been decided on yet? If not, no biggie.

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On 4/30/2016 at 10:34 PM, jcarter1885 said:

:woot: now I dont have to keep bothering you about them Aaron, has price been decided on yet? If not, no biggie.

It's no bother, I am getting very itchy to get these here.  We will have a final here very shortly.

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Will they be only in 4 ohm configuration? 

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1 hour ago, Liro213 said:

Will they be only in 4 ohm configuration? 

There will be 4 and 8 ohm available. 

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They will be shipping shortly, and we are looking about 40 days approximately until in stock.

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Looks like a mean little speaker. Or should I say evil.

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Can't wait!

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On 5/11/2016 at 1:50 PM, Sencheezy said:

Can't wait!

Same, been a year of getting this all going.

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Haha, they are enroute now.

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Why a phase plug, and a large one at that (with the 2" coil) for a driver that was designed primarily as a midbass ?   

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On May 18, 2016 at 1:33 PM, Aaron Clinton said:

Haha, they are enroute now.

 

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On 5/18/2016 at 4:10 PM, Impious said:

Why a phase plug, and a large one at that (with the 2" coil) for a driver that was designed primarily as a midbass ?   

Good question; the size is from the size of the coil.  But it was also to help with cooling, a little less moving mass for efficiency, and power handling.  A few have mentioned how it lowers power compression.  Yes, I know that is normally thinking for subwoofers, but people are running more and more power to their doors, and while this is not intended to be a PA style speaker at all, I still had to take into account where the market place is going, and those who are sending lots of power and running multiples, worry about output.  (holy run on).

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psssst it's been a month since they were in route. any news yet?

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:popcorn:

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:popcorn:

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Should be arriving VERY shortly now.

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On June 24, 2016 at 3:00 AM, Jason Brittain said:

psssst it's been a month since they were in route. any news yet?

Hurry up and wait lol

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Supposed to arrive tomorrow or Friday.

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8 hours ago, Aaron Clinton said:

Supposed to arrive tomorrow or Friday.

Does this mean you or Mark will have them? 

 

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8 hours ago, Aaron Clinton said:

Supposed to arrive tomorrow or Friday.

Does this mean you or Mark will have them? 

 

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Keep refreshing the store waiting for them to show up, yeah buddy.

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Keep refreshing the store waiting for them to show up, yeah buddy.

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