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    Who will be first to install one of these into their car???? I would like a double order of organ damage please.

    http://www.rotarywoofer.com/index.htm
    Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Will Albers View Post
    Who will be first to install one of these into their car???? I would like a double order of organ damage please.

    http://www.rotarywoofer.com/index.htm
    lol if you mean organ damage from hearing ok but what about improperly mounted rotary subs in the event of an accident flying straight at you !!! aaaaahhh
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    • #3
      Did anyone see the price???

      Pricing:

      TRW-17 transducer $12,900.00

      Motor Controller $350.00

      Amplifier and crossover $700.00

      Design and installation, typical $8,000-$12,000*


      Total $21,950-$25,950

      *Note, design and installation fees include:

      1. consulting engineering for the installation,

      2. design and construction of the manifold at Eminent Technology

      3. installation and setup of the TRW-17 by Eminent Technology

      4. measurement and performance testing of the finished installation

      5. travel for Eminent Technology employees

      6. contractor fees for construction necesary for the installation

      WOW!

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      • #4
        Old news, really old news. Try searching the web for "Phoenix Gold Cyclone".
        2003 Mazda Protege5 -- Clarion/DLS/Eclipse
        Click here for install photos!

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        • #6
          why is it that someone ALWAYS has to bring up price on a new product that's both rare and incredibly expensive to produce and design?

          what has this world come to....lol

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          • #7
            Originally posted by chuyler1 View Post
            Old news, really old news. Try searching the web for "Phoenix Gold Cyclone".
            Totally incorrect, brand new news. Show me the frequency response on the cyclone and then compare it to this. Rotary subs, yes old news, this is a totally different beast.
            Take my advice: Do not try to build a system that includes EVERY feature. Start with the basics, build it to a bug free state, and THEN add on.

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            • #8
              Anyone also notice that it uses the attic / basement as an infinite baffle? I would think it wouldn't work too well in a car...y'know..unless you're using a semi-trailer.

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              • #9
                ET's subwoofer is still old news. That site hasn't been updated for over a year.

                As far as size goes, there is another page on their site with a smaller version...
                http://www.eminent-tech.com/main.html



                Note: This is a comparison between the rotory box and a typical bandbass box with similar frequency response.
                2003 Mazda Protege5 -- Clarion/DLS/Eclipse
                Click here for install photos!

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