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|Package Weight||90.5 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||31.0 x 27.0 x 26.0"|
|Power Capacity||Noise: 300 WattsProgram: 600 WattsPeak: 1200 Watts|
|Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)||127 Watts|
|Sensitivity||96 dB @ 1 Watt , 1 m|
|Active or Passive||Passive|
|Enclosure Material||Industrial Carpet-covered Particle Board|
|Termination||1 x Neutrik Speakon1 x Switchcraft 1/4"|
|Dimensions||22 x 32 x 25 (558.8 x 812.8 x 635mm)|
|Weight||71 lb (32.2 kg)|
|Frequency Range||30 Hz - 2 kHz|
I have a 3-piece blues rock band that plays clubs, outdoor events and the like to crowds of up to 350. Before buying the SW118V woofer, we played these gigs with a Yamaha EMX512SC powered mixer plus 2 Yamaha 15 cabs on sticks. Adding the SW118V has improved our sound immeasurably.
I've owned a pair of these subs for almost a year now, and never really pushed them. It was difficult to get a good sound out of them at low volume. Then I pushed 1200 watts into 1 of them and I was blown away! There was no distortion, no crackling or fuzz!
Excellent build. Not too heavy. Nice smooth, full sound. I am using QSC GX5s to drive them. Good value.
Nice but just too big and couldn't find the cords to hook it up
I bought a pair of S215v's in 2000. I have used them literally hundreds of times. They are rugged, wear well, 1,000 watt peak power handles all occasions. The only drawback is the weight at around 110 lbs. Solid. Clear.