When I asked, he was in the process of placing the order, and it would arrive in Feb.Originally posted by Zig
I doubt you will manage to find one, however Nick Halliday from Richer Sounds who posts on this forum (member name nhalliday if you want to do a search) told me that he was expecting to bring in another shipment in February.
Hope this helps.
It's roughly a 2ft cube, small in subwoofer terms, large in your house. Try and get a cardboard box of similar size from your local retail park skip and try it for size.
I have been doing this tonight for a forum member. He had already heard the servo 15 and wanted to hear the CHT-15, I'll let him decide what he thought.Originally posted by Smurfin
where r u based btw, if Cambridge is within driving distance I'd be only too happy to give you a demo
The CHT-15 is ported? I thought it was a sealed enclosure?Originally posted by russraff
Your point about the amplification is one that I have been thinking about since I had the dem yesterday. Basically, I think that the CHT15 has better amplification than the Servo15 allowing transients to be resolved more effectively. Also the CHT15 is a ported design that requires less effort to drive than a sealed design like the Servo15.
After listening to both subs, I think the CHT15 is a better sub and would buy one tomorrow if I had the money!. Not only does it offer better stereo performance (and by proxy better AV performance, too) but the difference in price is surpassed by the gains in sound quality.
Yup I did, and yes it did die a death, twas a busy time of year (and no that's not an excuse).Originally posted by Ian J
I seem to recall that Smurfin started a thread on the same subject that died a death. He was the one that suggested a sub shoot out originally.