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Master "deals" (massdrop, ebay, Amazon, etc.) Thread on Audio Product Sales

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I have already ordered 6 subwoofers all between $170-320 each. I can’t afford to buy anymore and I don’t have the time to measure more than that.

Most have arrived. I paid for all of these out of my own pocket (using funds from Patreon and donations). I am waiting for at least one more sub before I start testing.


Infinity R12 - $170
Bic F12 - $300
Dayton SUB-1200 - $180
Jamo C9 - $309
Klipsch R-12SW - $200

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I also just got the Klipsch 12SW today.

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Rottmannash

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Most have arrived. I paid for all of these out of my own pocket (using funds from Patreon and donations). I am waiting for at least one more sub before I start testing.


Infinity R12 - $170
Bic F12 - $300
Dayton SUB-1200 - $180
Jamo C9 - $309
Klipsch R-12SW - $200

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I also just got the Klipsch 12SW today.

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I thought the trim ring was pretty nice on the R12. Of course I like shiny things:D.
 

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Then again there are headphones that reach at least 30kHz so 1.5 to 2 octaves above the audible range.
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A frequency response to 51,000 Hz. Since I can hear to about 14,000, do I get a discount?
lol. Yeah, 51KHZ at -100dB, but you have to market to the people that believe in fairytale of hi-rez audio.

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Then again there are headphones that reach at least 30kHz so 1.5 to 2 octaves above the audible range.
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Ananda
Yeah, "Hi-Res" audio is ridiculous, I can't hear beyond around 15.5kHz, the amount of people thinking frequency response extension into 20kHz+ territory is important is ridiculous! It's just not an important factor to latch onto - the most important factor is aiming for anechoically flat between 20Hz-20kHz for speakers along with good directivity & hopefully reasonably good low distortion and for headphones something along the lines of something close to Harman Curve (which is only really relevant 20Hz-10kHz) & without nasty jaggedness & likewise low distortion if you can. No point latching onto 20kHz+ so called Hi-Res Audio, ridiculousness! :D
 

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The SMSL SP200 THX888 Headphone Amp in discount, only 219.99.
This technology allows for the highest fidelity with extreme output power and ultra-low crosstalk. This amp is versatile and can be used to drive a variety of headsets including those that have high impedance, require high current, or need high sensitivity.
Link: SP200
 
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The SMSL SP200 THX888 Headphone Amp in discount, only 219.99.
This technology allows for the highest fidelity with extreme output power and ultra-low crosstalk. This amp is versatile and can be used to drive a variety of headsets including those that have high impedance, require high current, or need high sensitivity.

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