In Greek mythology the Titans stood tall, literally, and so does
the Titan 48. But unlike the Titans of yore, the Titan 48 is no myth.
Point of fact, when it comes to subwoofers, it's a myth buster. Consider
these misconceptions about pro touring subs:
1. A 2x18 is the best sub.
2. Horn loaded subs take up too much floor space and won't fit through
3. Horn loaded subs are too heavy.
And here is The Truth!
1. The T48, loaded with one fifteen, beats any 2x18 reflex sub in sensitivity.
2. The T48's 24x24 inch footprint is no larger than the average reflex sub.
Still too wide? You can load the T48 with a twelve for a
cabinet width as narrow as 15 inches.
3. A 48x24x24 inch T48 loaded with an Eminence 3015LF driver weighs less than
Skeptical? Check out this 1 meter/2.83 volt SPL chart, which compares a 90
pound 1x15 Titan 48 to the 184 pound 2x18 EAW SB850R:
And finally, Subwoofer Myth #4: A top of the line Pro Touring sub is going
to cost you a bundle. Well, when it comes to the SB850R that's no myth,
they list at better than $3,000. But you can build a T48 loaded with a 3015LF
for around $400, and if you can't build your own one of our builders can, for
about half what a SB850R would cost you.
Construction Degree of Difficulty: 5
Performance Quotient: 10
Suggested Audience Size:
2 cabs to 300; 4 cabs 250-800; 6 cabs 700-1,600; 8 cabs 1,200-3,000; 12 cabs
2,500-5,000; 16 cabs over 4,000
Equivalent Retail Value: $ 1999 to $ 3499 depending on width and driver complement.
Recommended Tops: Omni Top 12, OmniTop 15, DR250, DR280, DR280,
Plans are $14.95, delivered within 24 hours as email attachment in MS Word
format. 24 Pages, 27 Photos, 8 diagrams. PDF available on request.