Monster Cable Godfather Subwoofer Subwoofers

Godfather Subwoofer

Wedge shape 15" subwoofer, with a built in 1000-watt amp

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poobear   Audio Enthusiast [Sep 10, 2008]
Strength:

Build quality, uses the Aurasound 15" driver which is one of the best on the market, the driver alone cost over $600. Produces massive amounts of clean deep tight bass. It is capable of plying anykind of musicfrom classical to that new senthsized bassline beign used by the rap industry. Pluss it looks like a piece of furniture. Best looking sub I have ever seen.

Weakness:

Can be a bit overwhelming on some music, and at 220-pounds it can be a little dificult to move

This is one big subwoofer; I highly recommend this sub if you have the room for it. Although it uses a massive 15" driver the overall sound is very tight and solid. This is a sealed cabinet, so you don’t have to worry about extra harmonics from ports. However, be aware that if you play your music loud depending on the source this sub will shake your whole house. Make sure everything is nailed down. I have used several different subs in past ranging from Yamaha, Jbl, and Velodyne, this is by far the best one, especially for the amount of money I paid for it. Is it worth $5K, I don't think too many subs are worth that much. However, for the amount of money they are currently selling them on Ebay I don’t think you can find another subwoofer of this caliber

Similar Products Used: JBL, Infinity, and Velodyne F1500R
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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