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Art Welter

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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #10 on: August 11, 2010, 01:32:49 pm »

Elliot Thompson wrote on Tue, 10 August 2010 19:40

Silas Pradetto wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 02:11



I guess I jumped the gun on that one, I have no idea what made me think we were comparing double 18s to double 18s.


These are Bassmaxx B Zeros...

http://i33.tinypic.com/13zcyea.jpg


They are roughly 24" by 24" by 48" in dimensions. The Bassmaxx B-Zero should be around 10 years old. There was also the B-1 and, B-2. The B-2 resembled the size of the Lab Sub.

If I remember correctly, the B-1's were introduced using the McCauley 6174 in the late 1990's.

Best Regards,


Bassmaxx B-Zero B and B-Zero R cabinet dimensions are 48” wide by 22.5” high by 48” deep, 52.75” deep with wheels attached.

Lab Subs are 22.5 x 45" x 45".

Edit- stupid size typo Embarassed
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Ivan Beaver

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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #11 on: August 11, 2010, 06:46:03 pm »

Art Welter wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 13:32

 Bassmaxx B-Zero B and B-Zero R cabinet dimensions are 48” wide by 22.5” high by 48” deep, 52.75” deep with wheels attached.

Lab Subs are 22.5 x22.5 x 45".

Actually the labs are 45x45x22.5"
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Elliot Thompson

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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #12 on: August 11, 2010, 08:30:19 pm »

Art Welter wrote on Wed, 11 August 2010 18:32


Bassmaxx B-Zero B and B-Zero R cabinet dimensions are 48” wide by 22.5” high by 48” deep, 52.75” deep with wheels attached.

Lab Subs are 22.5 x22.5 x 45".


I must have forgotten to edit 24 X 24 X 48, to 48 X 24 X 48  before rushing out the door.

Yes, I know the Bassmaxx is 22.5 and not 24. The Bassmaxx B Zero, B-1, B-2, Lab Sub Servodrive Basstech 7, and Basstech 5's dimensions reminds me of the old Cerwin Vega L 48 SE's. The L 48 SE offered a dimension of 48 X 24 X 48.

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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #13 on: August 27, 2010, 03:24:10 pm »

I have four modified B-3's which are just a bit smaller than the B-Zero's and I recently installed Failtal Pro 18HP1020 drivers in them with great success.  David Lee suggested the B&C NW-100 which I am sure would work very well too.

I agree with Pascal on the output.  The Bassmaxx's are awesome.

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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #14 on: September 23, 2010, 02:47:22 am »

i talked with d lee. he suggested the b&c but on paper those drivers you have seem better. how many watts do you give them continuously and what amp do you use to power them?
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Re: bassmaxx b zero replacment drivers
« Reply #15 on: September 23, 2010, 08:11:43 am »

Jorge I power them with Powersoft K-6's which works exceptionally well.  Depending on my needs I've done everything from 1 channel per sub (1300w) to bridging 1 amp on two subs (3000w each) and either way they work just fine.  

In a 2x2 stack they measure ruler flat from about 44hz up to 180hz and they sound amazing.  I don't know that the B&C driver would be any different as I have not had one to play with.  

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