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11 hz - crazy

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by GJC, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. GJC

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    for 11hz of possible dental destruction. (at a price mind)
     
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    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!).
     
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    .....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 :clap:
     
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    Lucky you :p I bet your neighbours just love you :D
     
  5. Apocalypse

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    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 :D
     
  6. GJC

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    Jase,

    True, they have omitted some crucial figures (bit like bose) - comparison is coincidental and allegedly.



    apocalypse,

    Awesome.
     
  7. buns

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    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
     
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    Hah! My subwoofer can 0hz.

    :D
     
  9. buns

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    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

    ad
     
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    REL owners should be ok then..............................Miaoowww :devil: j/k
     

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