Legacy Audio LF Extreme Subwoofers

LF Extreme

2 15 inch woofers, 1000 watt amp 400 cubic inches of displacement

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suntanjam   AudioPhile [Jan 01, 2005]
Strength:

Power, Build Quality, Cosmetics, Bass Response, Electronic X-overs, Warrantee 5/3 years, etc., etc., etc...

Weakness:

Weight, 115 pounds(not a weakness, just thought I'd point this out)

1000 watts and 2 incredibly built 15" drivers, WOW! I've never heard a subwoofer that could shake an entire house! I'm not kidding! I'm starting to worry that the tile grout in the kitchen will begin to break down as the entire floor actually moves! But besides having this capability, the LF Extreme provided the smoothest and tightest bass I have ever experienced and I have heard many a subwoofer as I have been involved in consumer electronics for over 20 years. It's an expensive sub, but well worth the money if its within your budget. Oh, did I happen to mention that the build quality and cabinetry are 2nd to none! Legacy Audio is old school when it comes to doing business. Their speakers are not assembled over seas. They are built right in Macungie, PA. per order(don't expect them to be in stock as all of their speakers are built to order and rigorously tested before being shipped). I highly recommend this subwoofer! Treat yourself, I assure you, you will not be dissapointed! If the LF Extreme is a little too high price wise, you may consider the Point One as it has similar qualities. I could go on and on about this sub, but I think you get the picture. I strongly suggest you visit their website www.legacy-audio.com

Similar Products Used: Velodyne, Infinity, Jamo, MTX, Energy
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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