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RBH Signature SX-1212/R Reference Subwoofer Preview

 RBH Signature SX-1212/R Reference Subwoofer

RBH Signature SX-1212/R Reference Subwoofer


  • Product Name: Signature SX-1212/R Reference Subwoofer
  • Manufacturer: RBH Sound
  • Review Date: October 31, 2012 08:25
  • MSRP: $3000 - $5000
  • First Impression: Gotta Have It!
  • Buy Now

RBH SX-1212/R Specs:

  • dual 12" high excursion drivers each with 12+lb motor structurers
  • 3000 watt USA made amplifier with 30A fuse. Feed this baby the power if you've gt it.
  • DSP front end to linearize the driver/cabinet response
  • No crossover or bass management, meant to work directly with your A/V processor
  • Similar output capability of the bass module in the new $50k Status Acoustics Titus 8T
  • Port diameter is a whopping 6" and 30" long. That's no typo, this baby has a huge bottom mounted port. You could fit your head in it!
  • Available in black or sandalwood finish
  • Price: $5k

Executive Overview

I'm here to make another RBH Sound speaker look small... It's actually a pretty massive subwoofer that ups the ante on the company's prior Reference 1010 model. The new 1212 Series of subs is available in four different models: a passive standard model, an active stand model, and both passive and active reference models. Pricing ranges from $3000 for the passive standard model to $5000 for the active Signature Reference (SX-1212/R) model. This one here is indeed the Signature SX-1212/R which has two reference grade 12" aluminum drivers on the front and features a down-firing 6" flared port.

The amplifier is a 3000 watt beast that can actually put out up to 4000 watts under a 2-ohm load. It's available in two finishes, Black or Sandalwood - or you can choose from up to 30 different custom finishes for an additional premium.

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