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I bought this MicroWrecker sub earlier this year from @rmlowz. Reason for selling is I need more room in my shop. It's a bigger sub than I anticipated, even knowing the dimensions beforehand! Was powered using a QSC PLX 2502 amp.

 

$300 - pickup only in Madison, WI.

 

48" tall, 31" deep, 25" wide

 

Here is the for sale thread where I purchased:

 

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A bit humorous,  using the word "Micro" on a sub with those dimensions.  😀

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What are the specs output-wise?  I find a lot of build threads but can't find specifics.

Just wondering if it would outperform my dual SVS SB-2000s.

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Must resist. Must resist....

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You're killin me Lyle.

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Got any more pics?

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1 hour ago, Shiva said:

A bit humorous,  using the word "Micro" on a sub with those dimensions.  😀

You should see the Lil Wrecker I built.  29 cu ft tuned to 17Hz, LOL.

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So you drove down from Madison to pick that up? On second thought... I drove farther to get my first La Scalas.

 

Drive on!

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On 12/18/2020 at 4:09 PM, wuzzzer said:

What are the specs output-wise?  I find a lot of build threads but can't find specifics.

Just wondering if it would outperform my dual SVS SB-2000s.

I purchased this without knowing the specs, and still don't.

From what I understand you have more uniform coverage throughout the room with two subs compared to one.

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On 12/18/2020 at 6:01 PM, Marvel said:

So you drove down from Madison to pick that up? On second thought... I drove farther to get my first La Scalas.

 

Drive on!

I did not make the drive. It arrived via Uship. 

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You can find more info on AVS Lilmike over there designed this. It plays with authority for sure. I made some subs during lockdown to keep busy. I then realized I had to many LOL 

Rich

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On 12/18/2020 at 6:00 PM, CECAA850 said:

You should see the Lil Wrecker I built.  29 cu ft tuned to 17Hz, LOL.

Is that the big brother to this one? This is 20 cu ft.

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11 minutes ago, Ceptorman said:

Is that the big brother to this one? This is 20 cu ft.

Yes.  Same guy designed these and the F20

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How does this sub compare to the Tuba subs? (Bill Fitzmaurice)

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19 minutes ago, SWL said:

How does this sub compare to the Tuba subs? (Bill Fitzmaurice)

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Typical tapped horn vs front loaded horn.  Tapped will go lower and louder but be a tad less clean.  Most wouldnt notice though.  Tapped won't go cleanly as high.

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