Your drivers will actually be moving very little at 10hz as that is right around tuning. They'd be moving much more at say 16hz. So I'm not sure what you are hearing, probably something vibrating I'd imagine.
I know that neither of us will start name calling, rounding up a posse to try and discredit the other, ask the mods to lock and delete the thread, start including pictures of scantily clad women in an attempt to divert attention from the main issues, or secretly remove previously attached graphs :demon:
Hehe, good stuff Steve :R :TI'm off on a trip, I'll respond to this in 3 weeks (only to never respond to it again), proposing new, unrelated questions in a blatant attempt to get out of the hot seat, questioning the legitimacy of ground plane measurements (cause we all know testing on a 40' pole is the ONLY way to get accurate results ), inferring that an amp's metal casing determines its quality, talking about sick family members to try and gain pitty, talking about drinking martinis to try and seem "cool", talking about how much more money I have than everyone else, and so on and so forth. Each more ridiculous than the next, yet it has become common fare :wits-end:
Check out post 12 and up.......I'm curious.. How do you determine where to place something like this? Sub placement is critical in a normal sense, but with these you are pretty much locked to a single position. What if that position is really bad?
I've been looking at some prices for Soundsplinter and Behringer 2500. Will 4 RL-p 15" require 2 or 4 amps? They are dirt cheap if they perform as well as you guys claim. I currently have a PB12+/2 with a 20Hz tune, and I'm happy with it, I just want more precision and impact.