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Author Topic: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??  (Read 1869 times)

JohnPinchin

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Re: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??
« Reply #30 on: July 16, 2020, 05:04:14 pm »

I guess I will need to call them, has to be a reason why they don't list the prices on the page. I shudder to know the price :)


You can see the price - click add to cart and the price of your order will show up.   
Whether that is the actual price you can get them for when you talk to them is another matter. 

They look great, a shame they aren't in the UK.
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Re: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??
« Reply #31 on: July 16, 2020, 06:47:55 pm »

I guess I will need to call them, has to be a reason why they don't list the prices on the page. I shudder to know the price :)

Prices are there, just keep scrolling down.

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1.  No one pays retail.
2.  "Everyone makes their own deal" - Jay Leno
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Re: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??
« Reply #32 on: July 17, 2020, 01:02:57 am »

I guess I will need to call them, has to be a reason why they don't list the prices on the page. I shudder to know the price :)

You will shudder at the performance.  A dozen years ago, then under the name BassMaxx, David Lee brought a 3 x 12" sub to a shoot out held in NYC.  Lots of impressive LF was heard, many were measured with TEF.  But when David's sub was auditioned we got a visit from the NYC Environmental Police.  Seems a neighbor complained about stuff rattling in the apartment - across the street 3 or 4 floors up.
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Re: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??
« Reply #33 on: July 18, 2020, 02:20:59 pm »

You will shudder at the performance.  A dozen years ago, then under the name BassMaxx, David Lee brought a 3 x 12" sub to a shoot out held in NYC.  Lots of impressive LF was heard, many were measured with TEF.  But when David's sub was auditioned we got a visit from the NYC Environmental Police.  Seems a neighbor complained about stuff rattling in the apartment - across the street 3 or 4 floors up.

I haven't heard the new products, but have heard 8 of the older B1(?; Precursor to the B-Zero) subs run flat out, and they replaced a pile of SB528's.  From conversations with David Lee and reading through that shootout thread Tim mentioned - I wouldn't hesitate to use their current products. 
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Re: EAW SB1000 vs Sonic R218 bass??
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