Re: More subs need drop in recones like the HCCA
kicker was the oldest i remember, but you still need extra components to glue the softparts to, so they have something that you can bolt down without specific unit allignment. all of the basket and motor assemblies need to be nearly identical allignment, or have real loose tolerances(big gap) for it to work. so, either way you sacrifice for more unit build cost, or cut that down a tad by sacrificing performanc/efficiency. i think more builders would rather slide a jig in it and glue, which is easier to do with man, or machine. if you want to see more unnecessarily higher priced subs, or more lower performing subs that aren't as affordable, then it would be the idea to play with on a bigger scale. i, personally don't see the sales to justify it being more common.
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