Dayton 12" Titanic MkIII Subwoofers

12" Titanic MkIII

12" driver, 500W amp.

User Reviews (3)

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frank787   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 26, 2006]
Strength:

Kit easy to assemble
Power, clearity, price

Weakness:

size - its 17 inchs on each side.

As this is my third try to imput a review, I'll keep it short.

Very good sub for Home Theater. Good for music.

I have not listned to subs in the same power or size class. But this one is very good.

I would buy again.

Customer Service

Can't say

Similar Products Used: 10K 10" TITANIC MKIII SUBWOOFER KIT
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Frank Gosson   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 26, 2006]
Strength:

Easy to asseble kit (45 minutes for me).
Value
Power and clarity

Weakness:

SIze - At 17 inches per side and about 45 + pounds it's hard to hide.

This is a very good Home Theater sub. It handles movie content very well and with no sign of stress. Clean, clear and powerful.

This 12 inch sub that works very well in Home Theater applications. It's good in music applications too. But it's strength is Home Theater. This machine kicks out content that you can hear and feel. I don't know if it shakes the whole house. But it sure shakes the part I'm in.

I have not used or listned to other subs in this size or power range. So I cannot compare this to other subs in its class. However, this is an excellent sub for the $$$$. I don't want or need anything more. I would buy it again.

Customer Service

Don't know - have not used that yet.

Similar Products Used: 10" TITANIC MKIII SUBWOOFER KIT
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Frank   Audio Enthusiast [Jul 26, 2006]
Strength:

Power, range, clearity, amp adjustibility and price. Very easy to assemble (took me less than 45 minutes).

Weakness:

One is the size. At 17 inches per side and about 45 pounds it's hard to hide. Two the wife keeps screaming at me to turn down the volume.

This is a very good Home Theater sub. It handles movie content with no sign of stress at all. Clean, clear and powerful.

I upgraded from the 10 inch Titanic, which I owned for two years. That 10 inch sub struggeled with some action movie tracks (Star Wars 3 beginning, Lord of the Rings, Polar Express, etc). This 12 inch is a home theater sub that blasts through movie sound tracks and it can do music too. I don't know if it shakes the whole house. But it sure shakes the part I'm sitting in.

An excellent sub for the $$$$. I am very happy with it. I don't want or need anything more. Hooked up to a Denon AVR-3806 supporting Paradign speakers it's amazing.

Customer Service

Don't know - haven't needed to deal with that yet.

Similar Products Used: 10" TITANIC MKIII SUBWOOFER
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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