I am impressed with the single subwoofer that i bought first then I bought these second one sub and now I am more impressed with two subwoofers sound outsoors. I set up my subwoofer at x-over HPF 100HZ , d-xsub at Boost and match my DXR15 at 100hz HPF and they are both set to 0db on my sub and front. Also setup my Yamaha Mixer MG20XU at input with a 80hz HPF and wow the basss is so deep and clean and powerful you can even felt on your chest moving with the bass. Also shot-out to Crutchfield with their excellent services to all the 50 state when it comes to shipping and handling it doesn't matter how heavy it is still free shipping to all 50 states thank you Crutchfield.
Pros: deep clean bass and powerful
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This sub has all the bass I need. I have 2 of them and probably for most parties I'll only need one.I wanted a powered sub that sounded like my old 160 pound cerwin vegas that I sold, these were pretty close. 50 pounds lighter and a lot smaller. Awesome.
Pros: Bass you can feel, cool design.
Cons: A bit heavy for one person, 2 no problem.
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I must say with a Yamaha MG12XU mixer ( all main settings @ 0) a pair of the DXS 18 subs (output set @ through / level @ 0db / xover @ 100hz / d-xsub @ normal / polarity @ normal / cardioid @ off) with a Pair of DXR 15's pole mounted a top the DXS 18's. DXR 15's settings (input #1 with balanced mogami gold trs cable / level @ 0db / switch @ line / link mode @ stereo / d-contour @ foh/main / hpf @ 100hz) Properly position the speakers on the floor and watch out! your in for an impressive performance at all volume levels. My experience with this set up is, it will blow the roof off the right size venue, with all 4 speakers playing, a total of 3 kilowatts of Clean Crisp Clear continuous power, and a little more than 4.2 kilowatts of dynamic power. Yamaha and Nexo did well with this design collaboration, thus 5 stars.
Pros: Clarity at all output levels
Cons: a little heavy
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