Was hoping someone on here would be a able to go more in depth in comparing the specs by looking at the graphs and response curves as i don’t understand them.

And lastly whats the best way to go with the Danley’s, Active or passive?

Thanks Rory

Graphs like this are pretty easy to read-just follow the lines.

The way the cabinets are measured is different-Turbo spec using 1w/1m while Danley uses 2.83V/1M Both are legit ways and can be argued either way-you just have to compensate for the difference because the Danley is a 4 ohm cabinet.

So you subtract 3dB from the Danley rating to "lineup" with the Turbo rating.

Attached are both response graphs.

Let's look at 4 freq across the sub range.

30Hz The Danley is 100-3=97dB The Turbo is 90dB 7dB difference

40Hz The Danely is 105-3=102dB The Turbo is 99db 3dB difference

60Hz The Danley is 107-3=104dB The Turbo is 101db 3dB difference

90Hz The Danley is 110-3=107dB The Turbo is 104db 3dB difference

The power capacity is so close as to be equal and a non issue. So from 40Hz you would have to "push" twice as much power into the Turbo to be just as loud as the Danley. At 30Hz-you would have to "push" about 5 times as much power into the Turbo to be just as loud.

Size and weight are pretty easy to figure out.

Both are 4 ohm boxes with the same power rating-so amp power is the same.

Powered or active is really up to you and your situation. Each has it own set of advantages and disadvantages. The Danley has a 2400 watt amp for the active unit.

Hope that helps