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roger wrote:pimptacular wrote:and do u know better than the engineers at jl audio? i have a w7 going strong as ever after 2 years.. and the surround strong as ever, if it was a design flaw wouldnt it give out already or show signs of your so called "design flaw"?
pimptacular...why alyuh does get orn like alyuh know it all??
you have much to learn young one!!
it comes down to overall cost
neo magnets are much more expensive than standard
SR wrote:there are only 4 people locally that can attest to JL audio's subwoofer manufacturing process
SR wrote:"peak power" for some means daily driven power
Brian Steele wrote:SR wrote:"peak power" for some means daily driven power
LOL - true. There's some of those characters here too .
The original poster did say that he did not abuse his W7 though, and I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt.
Could be an install thing too - the installation process for a W7 IS a bit different to most other subs. I wouldn't expect it to take over 2 years for a problem caused by an install error to show up though.
viking1705 wrote:^^thats what i meant when i said the guy has been usin it for 2yrs i dont tink a install problem can cause this all of a sudden.is it possible that the heat in the trunk of a car can deteriorate the strength of the foam surround?dont kno jus askin.
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