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08-25-10 12:25 AM
gperkins_1973
Re: Fi service

I quoted that earlier in this thread. This kinda thing has probably happened to FI for quite a while now.

Shame.

Graham
08-24-10 06:26 PM
bambino
Re: Fi service

I do wish they had gotten back to me as i would have went eith there subs but i ended upfinding somthing else to suit my needs, kinda regretfull as they do have some awesome subs.
08-24-10 05:47 PM
gperkins_1973
Re: Fi service

Bambino

I have had this problem many times. I have actually spoken to Scott and he is a real nice guy. The products do speak for themself and I understand why they cant be at your beck and call all the time but if its a genuine enquiry then a quick response is the least that should be on offer.

I sourced my FI subs from a UK distributor called Blade Ice and Am singh has been an absolute treat. Always on call and gives advice when its needed. Without him I wouldn't have completed my subs. So I can see why some off you are a bit lost when you are building your subs in the USA and look on Scott and his fellows for advice and sometimes it takes a bit too long for them to get back to you.

I am surprised that there are no new builds with the new revised drivers as they offer a better smaller solution and work better.

cheers

Graham
08-24-10 05:26 PM
bambino
Re: Fi service

I've sent several e-mails inquireing about there stuff but no response.
08-24-10 03:37 PM
pl8er
Re: Fi service

Great products, pretty good pricing but really really slow response times. I think it has always been this way. 2 outta 3 ain't bad?
03-29-10 02:35 PM
filtor1
Re: Fi service

Scott is the reason I do and will continue to buy from him. Every conversation I have had has been friendly and informative. I am very excited to hear about the HT specific brand!
03-29-10 12:28 PM
Ricci
Re: Fi service

Thanks Scott.
03-27-10 10:49 AM
Ryan Anderson
Re: Fi service

The IB3 botoms hard and with little effort in my alignments It's extemely clean sounding and gives very little stress indicators before all a sudden WHACK! And it is ver very very loud! I never burn coils, I just can't get enough stupid low subsonics. 4X the air for every octave... I hate rules!

I like that you have shoping carts just for recones
03-27-10 09:45 AM
Fi Audio
Re: Fi service

18s run out at about 3.25" and 12s and 15s at about 3". None of them get a chance to really bottom out mechancially at all. With the semi-cup progressive and the 12 spoke basket, all soft parts just start to pull hard right before they would contact the basket/top plate extension. It also depends on how many and of what spider material we use. People do get a 7 spider BTL pack to limit which is insane to me, but a good portion of people do not understand why it is so important to use a subsonic filter in ported applications for cars. Being yanked to mechanical limits off of a clipped signal 20Hz below tuning "to get more bass" often results in hitting those limits.

Mechanical limits would be the same for all series. The ability to hit those limits varies per speaker and option... a BTL with a 7 spider pack is easier to hit with the high Xmax coil than the standard shorter one. Being told to go too far and having the ability to do it in a more linear fashion makes hitting limits a wee bit easier.


Thanks,
Scott
03-27-10 12:11 AM
Ryan Anderson
Re: Fi service

Id assume there's 2 for the BTL depending on the long coil for the Xmax option.
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