I like it matches my Pio speakers real nice.I love the look of the metal grille and congrats again.
I didn't look but now I'll rerun that scene and have a peak, hope I don't see any lightsI'm not sure there's a limiter light on yours (I have the PB-12 NSD) but did you look to see if it lit up? Not many movies have lit mine up but I always look during really extreme bass scenes.
Good catch :T Update: After reviewing the clip a few times, I agree there indeed is quite a bit of movement but I'm not surprised with the amount of air this thing displaces. From this time forward all calibration, testing and enjoying will be done with the Shield removed until I hear otherwise (be cool if Ed saw this and replied).Wow, I didn't expect the grill to be vibrating also - looks like it was moving a LOT. I thought it would be pretty inert since it's metal. I wonder if the sub would be better w/o the grill installed. Pretty amazing!!!
Check out the Stadium scene :yikes:
What I find amazing is how quickly this sub can go from spastic convulsions to complete rest (19sec) and (52sec). This beast is moving so much air it's causing cat hairs to fly :clap: my old Bic woofer would still be shaking today after that lddude: