Up for sale is a JL Audio F212 Fathom subwoofer with Gloss Black finish in excellent condition. JL Audio's subwoofers have garnered numerous awards in the audiophile press for their outstanding performance. This sub earns top marks for delivering clean, powerful bass and an impeccable gloss black finish, plus its American made in Miramar Florida. There are numerous reviews available online for this subwoofer but the most comprehensive is from Stereophile and can be found at the website listed below. http://www.stereophile.com/subwoofers/jl_audio_fathom_f212_powered_subwoofer/index.html
The F212 may be known as the poor mans Gotham, but unless you already own a G213, I can't imagine anyone being disappointed with the performance of this subwoofer. This sub will perform equally well in either a two channel music system or a home theater.
This sub is in excellent condition, and I'm selling this due to having moved into a small apartment and not having room for such a large speaker. This has been in storage for the past year so it's time to find it a new home as I don't foresee being able to use this subwoofer anytime soon. It probably has less than 10 hours of use as I originally purchased this for use in a two channel system, but ended up replacing my main speakers and did not need it any longer. Cosmetically I've rated the sub 8/10 to be conservative, in the event there are any marks I'm unaware of. In the interest of full disclosure the only flaw I do know of is there is residue from automotive wax on the foam surround of the top woofer from when I waxed the sub. This is your opportunity to purchase an awesome subwoofer at a significant savings considering a new F212 retails for $6300. Comes with original box, owners manual and accessories. JL Audio subs are expensive, and even at my asking price most of you would say they still aren't a bargain, but if you've read this far then you know what you're getting for your money. Shipping cost is to be paid by the buyer, and this will need to be shipped by common carrier as it is very heavy at 220 lbs. If you are in the Tampa area, local pickup is welcome. Lowballers will be politely ignored. Additional pictures are available upon requests. For those interested in the technical specifications here they are.
Description: Powered, sealed-box subwoofer. Drive-units: two 12" cone woofers with 3.5"-diameter voice-coils and 3" peak–peak excursion. Magnet weight: not specified. Low-pass filter: variable, 30–130Hz, 12dB or 24dB/octave. High-pass filter: not supplied. Inputs: stereo or mono balanced (single XLR connector); stereo or mono unbalanced (single RCA connector). Input modes: Master, Slave. Outputs: single balanced (XLR) to additional subwoofer. Input impedance: 10k ohms. Input sensitivity: 166mV for 105dB SPL. Controls: Power (On, Off, Automatic Signal Sensing); Automatic Room Optimization (Demo, Defeat, Calibrate) using supplied calibration microphone; Level (Reference, Variable); Master Level (variable, full mute to +15dB over reference); lights (On, Off, Dim); Low Pass filter (–12dB, –24dB, Off); Low Pass Frequency; Extreme Low Frequency (ELF) Trim (variable, –12dB to +3dB at 25Hz); Polarity (0°/180°); Phase (variable, 0–280°, at 80Hz). Amplifier: switching, class-D, 3000W RMS short-term. Frequency response: 20–97Hz, ±1.5dB; 19–110Hz, ±3dB; 15–157Hz, ±10dB. Distortion: