Sound Ordnance -- another YouTube review (part 1)
Ralph Graves is one of Crutchfield's blog editors, and part of the company's social media team. He writes about home audio/video gear, specializing in Apple-related and wireless technologies. Ralph holds a master's degree in music composition, and his works have been released on various labels. He's served as product manager for an independent classical and world music label, produced several recordings, and worked extensively in public broadcasting. Since 1984 he's hosted a weekly classical music program on WTJU, and is also active as a blogger and podcaster.
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And that's exactly what DodgeNeonSXT did. He laid out the equipment he's going to install and shot a video of it all. We're happy that he couldn't wait to show off his latest purchase from Crutchfield.
At the heart of his system is the Sound Ordnance M-1500 Mono subwoofer amplifier, packing 500 watts of power. And a good portion of that juice will be used to power his new Sound Ordnance B-17 bandpass enclosure with 12" subwoofer.
Here's DodgeNeonSXT's first video on YouTube. But he promises there's more to come!