"a subwoofer for audiophiles" or what do you think about this, is it for real?

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  1. Manuel Delaflor

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    It can probably do 25Hz but will lack any authority in doing so. I would be highly suspect of it.
     
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    is this BOSE in disguise? [​IMG]
     
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    It would have to have an excursion of about 12" and be powered by a beast of an amp before I believe it can get down that low. New technology or not, it has to be able to move the air.
     
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    Don't you see, this unit is a Virtual Bass Module. It makes virtual bass with virtual sound quality.
    [​IMG]
     
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    It sounds strange, I know. And it can be just hype to sell. But... curiosity makes me wonder and seek for an actual user before discard it.
     
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    I like how they report there flat frequency response at a level of 45 dB. I'd imagine it doesn't look anything like that at even 75dB little loan approaching 100dB.
     

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