I also have the mkII subs, which I love more, I think that the MK III are less powerfull then the MKII, the MKIII have punchy bass, but not so deep they throw sound much further then the MKII, a big improvement is the weight and the accesories, more rigging points and a really good improvement is the front grill. So they are for large events clubs or concerts outdoor where high spl is needed.
I recently bought 4 of these for our on stage side fills and drum fills and was genuinely amazed at the sound and build quality of them. I ran an A B test against other twin 18" subs that have respected brand names and these stood the test and seemed like the logical purchase. I will admit that the are no match for something like the coda SCP's, but if you don't have several thousand to spend per sub or the funds for the dsp amplifiers that go with something like that then you really and truly can't go wrong with these. For the price I was expecting a flimsily built box but these are sturdy as anything that you would pay top price for. Highly recommended!!
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