P Series Cabinet and Kit Pricing


  • Participant
    stryke on #637

    The P series cabinets feature large radiused corners, solid billet aluminum feet and an attractive grill. They are intended for use with our AV series woofers and PR’s, although they will work well with other woofers as well. Here are a few rough pics of some of the cabinets:

    The cabinets come in your choice of three standard veneers of oak, black oak, natural maple or three premium finishes of red cherry, espresso maple, or deep red mahogany. Other custom veneers or stain options can be done at an additional cost. Call or email for info on that.

    Pricing has been modified to $899 for the standard 3 finishes or $999 due to upgraded materials. We’re offering a high end hand crafted product and we need to price it accordingly. We made some switches to make things more reliable and just better in general. We made a few switches at a time and finally looked back and had significantly more cost into the cabinets than expected. We are using all high strength epoxy to assemble enclosures instead of wood glue. It has a slight amount of flex to prevent cracking and holds and sands very well during assembly. We went to a 20mil wood backed veneer instead of the paper backed. It lays flatter and prevents seams from telegraphing through over time. We’re using the magnets buried under the veneer to hold the grills on and neo has gone way up in price now. Switching to a darker more “black” grill cloth than the previous cloth we were getting. Aluminum feet are included and cost went up on those a lot here as well. We switched to a high end water based stain that allows us some flexibility to match colors and a high end catalyzed polyurethane clearcoat.

    John


    Member
    joshk on #6893

    What’s the volumes of the boxes?

    Specifically the P1512?


    Participant
    stryke on #6894

    Hi Josh,

    Here are the volumes.

    P1512: 5.5cf
    P1524: 11cf
    P1212: 2.8cf
    P1224: 5.6cf
    P1012: 1.4cf
    P1024: 2.8cf

    John


    Member
    russ.will on #6895

    What size is the P1500 cabinet?

    Thanks,

    Russell


    Participant
    stryke on #6896

    Here are the full external dimensions for all cabinets (excluding feet):

    P1512 cabinet, 24″w x 25″d x 24″ tall (without feet) for single 15″ and dual 18″ PR’s

    P1524 cabinet, 24″w x 25″d x 46″ tall (without feet) for dual 15″ and quad 18″ PR’s

    P1212 cabinet, 20″w x 20″d x 20″ tall (without feet) for single 12″ and dual 15″ PR’s

    P1224 cabinet, 20″w x 20″d x 38″ tall (without feet) for dual 12″ and quad 15″ PR’s

    P1012 cabinet, 16″w x 16″d x 16″ tall (without feet) for single 10″ and dual 12″ PR’s

    P1024 cabinet, 16″w x 16″d x 16″ tall (without feet) for single 10″ and dual 12″ PR’s

    P1500 cabinet, 28″w x 22″d x 24″ tall (without feet) for dual sealed 15″ woofers.

    John


    Member
    Travisg on #6897

    I would like to order a p1524 how can I do so


    Member
    simon5 on #6898

    You can email Beth, it’s : beth at aespeakers dot com

    You can also call (920) 469-9198


    Participant
    stryke on #6899

    Here are curves for the P-series dual PR cabinets. The response curves all have a slight taper towards the lower end. This is much more ideal in normal listening environments as it works much better with room gain. A completely flat modeled response will often be overpowering on the low end as room gain actually tilts the response upward.

    P1012 – Single AV10H-D2 and dual 12″ 1500g PR’s
    Response curve at 500W recommended power

    Impedance curve showing 18.4Hz tuning

    Displacement of driver and PR’s at 500W recommended power

    P1212 – Single AV12H-D2 and dual 15″ 2000g PR’s
    Response curve at 1000W recommended power

    Impedance curve showing 18Hz tuning

    Displacement of driver and PR’s at 1000W recommended power

    P1512 – Single AV15H-D2 and dual 18″ 2500g PR’s
    Response curve at 1000W recommended power

    Impedance curve showing 16.5Hz tuning

    Displacement of driver and PR’s at 1000W recommended power

    John


    Member
    Costner on #6900

    This might be a silly question…but would a p1212 work in a car?


    Member
    simon5 on #6901

    It will work fine, but you will have too much low bass, might sound boomy, or not depending on the car room gain curve.


    Member
    carljackson47 on #6904

    Actually, the curve is very nice. P-series dual PR cabinets are perfect example for setting up a good quality cabinet. By the way, is the introductory price still extended?


    Participant
    Inferno333 on #6905

    How much would the P1512 cabinet be by itself?

    Fully assembled. No drivers.


    Member
    simon5 on #6906

    According to above, that would be 599$, or 499$ if sale price is still available. 8)


    Participant
    Inferno333 on #6907

    I just looked at the chart again and found it.

    Third shift + Me = Zombie.


    Member
    simon5 on #6908

    No problems at all, the chart could have been slightly clearer too.

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