Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by GJC, Sep 11, 2003.
for 11hz of possible dental destruction. (at a price mind)
The figures look good but don't actually tell you what the true performance is: 14hz to 200hz +/-3db (which would be impressive) or 14hz to 200hz +/-6db or 10db etc etc (which isn't so impressive!).
.....or wether or not it was measured in an anechoic chamber ala Velodyne which actually makes the sub appear weaker than it is. The HGS-18 is supposed to be 15Hz capable but I can play sinewaves at 10Hz that have the same db level as that of the 20Hz tones. Room enhanced bass is your friend
Lucky you I bet your neighbours just love you
I always assumed the banging on my floor was the sub kicking out some phat beats till I saw a broken broom handle in the downstairs' wheelie bin
True, they have omitted some crucial figures (bit like bose) - comparison is coincidental and allegedly.
New studies show that sonic frequencies below about 30Hz are capable of inducing dna breakage which can result in cancer, much like UV light.
you've been warned
Hah! My subwoofer can 0hz.
my sub is well capable of that..... it even has a special 0Hz switch on the back and has a special lead to ensure a good performance
REL owners should be ok then..............................Miaoowww j/k
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