I like em. Havent seen anyone else with them. Only see peeps talking about them on the ssa forum.
Yea that's only place I've seen them myself.wish I had some pics.they look beefy and well designed
DSS ethos 12
noone see any of these yet?
havent seen these anywhere until this thread
I think their fairly new,less than a year old
1800 RMS and $355 shipped I do believe
Good morning folks. I'm Quentin or just "Q", I'm the owner of DSS. Yes this is a new company however I've been I. The industry since 2002 and have been at SSA for about 6 years. I won't get into my product yet, I'd like to talk with the admin first and see about becoming a supporting vendor. I will assure everyone here though that I am not another cookie cutter Chinese parts shelf manufacturer. I have the help of some heavy hitters in my corner ensuring properly engineered product. I use Enrique Stiles and Pat Turnmire for design help and testing and the ability to utalize Vance Dickason if the need every arises to build some stellar crossover components.
Till then y'all have a good one.
I want two ethos!! Lol. If only i could sell my subs.... ahhh.. the struggle.
They offer a lay-away plan as a payment option so even us broke bassheads can afford one. Solid looking stuff to if i can im going to be rocking a couple this summer. Nice stuff Q can't wait to see what else u bring to the industry.
I don't give a thermal rms rating but a recommended power rating which is the power needed to drive the transducer to Xmax in its recommended enclosure. The 15 being 3cft tuned to 32 hz takes apprx 1,800 watts to achieve 32.5mm one way Xmax. Of course this will changes with enclosure size and tuning. It's just a general idea of power needed rather than a power rating needed to physically burn the coil up. If any one is interested Vance Dickason has a free software on his site designed by Patrick Turnmire that can help you calculate need power for imputed box and driver parameters
And yes I do offer interest and fee free (unless canceled) Lay A Way program. You get 4 months to pay off the bill and it only takes a minimum of $50 payments at your discretion.
Welcome over "Q"