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    SSA XCON vs. Omega

    I'm looking to get either a SSA XCON 18 or a Cascade-Designs Omega 18.

    I'll be pushing it with a Memphis Mojo 4kw.

    Which do you guys think or is there anything better that can handle the power?
    (I'm gonna run it a 2 oms just be safer and easier on my electrical system)







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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    different monsters



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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    Isnt the X-Con the same thing as the MT... or am I thinking of a different woofer?




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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by RE_XXX View Post
    Isnt the X-Con the same thing as the MT... or am I thinking of a different woofer?
    completely different motor



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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

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    completely different motor
    hmmm I thought I read somewhere they had a sub that was like the MT... maybe not




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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    x-con




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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    doesnt look like a mt to me lol

    seems like a horse a peice man, my bet is both would take the power fine.



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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    Totally different drivers. The Xcon has an all new motor, shared with no other driver period. The Xcon is not meant for that much power. If you are looking at the Omega and the 4kw, then the Xcon is not the driver for your goals.






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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    omega

    cause ur cracka said so



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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    I heard the Cascade was more like an MT




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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    If by "like an MT" you mean triple 9" slugs and solid pole, then yes it is "like an MT" - but the Cascade driver does have totally different moving parts and has some gap vents. May even have different gap specs as well, but I haven't measured one

    Should perform totally different from an MT.




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    Re: SSA XCON vs. Omega

    Quote Originally Posted by sundownz View Post
    If by "like an MT" you mean triple 9" slugs and solid pole, then yes it is "like an MT" - but the Cascade driver does have totally different moving parts and has some gap vents. May even have different gap specs as well, but I haven't measured one

    Should perform totally different from an MT.
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