Excerpt: The DD-18 is just plain mental. The thing is huge, black, and ever-so-slightly scary: its monstrous 18in-diameter Kevlar-reinforced drive unit (that's nearly 46cm!) is big enough to frighten small children. Such bulk naturally raises sonic expectations. After all, as our colonial chums are so fond of saying, there's no substitute for cubic inches. The DD-18 undoubtedly has plenty of 'em to play with.
Pros: Simply extraordinary power and depth, sensational integration, thanks to its sophisticated equalisation system
Cons: It’s huge, the Wilson Benesch Torus and Eclipse TD 725SW are slightly more musical, but neither can rival it for movie muscle