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loudest system ever

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by justinackerson, Sep 28, 2005.

  1. justinackerson

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    I got 3 infinity 1230w each 12s with 2 1000 watt 4 channel bridgeable legacy amps, in my 2002 chevy trailblazer hits like a mu****a.
     
  2. Ian J

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    Wow - I'm impressed
     
  3. 30CenturyMan

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    :D
     
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    Pardon? :blush:

    Well, somebody had to say it. :clown:

    How does he drive it on the road with that long extension lead still connected? :oops:

    He uses skyhooks! Boom-boom? :D
     
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    Laugh?....I nearly died. :devil:
     
  6. the mechanic

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    Very nice :rolleyes: but my two woofers would crap all over your system I'm afraid....They usually are in my car, but now are sitting by my feet....

    Ones an english mastiff crossed with a rottweiler, and the other an GSD cross.... :rotfl: .... :D ....

    TTFN

    Graham.
     
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    Ian - you're such a dude!

    I love this forum.
     
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    mu****a? The closet thing I could find in the dictionary was 'multiflora'; I can't see that it hitting like a bunch of flowers is that impressive.

    Did you mean mucilage? Somehow 'a sticky preparation' seems to follow the tone of your original post...
     
  9. Mr Incredible

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    Is it a mis-spelling of the conjoined words for a female parent and one who copulates? :devil:
     
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    Oh that's what it means.

    Yet again I have it blatently pointed out that I am no longer 'down wit' the kids'.

    Gary
     
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    I think guys that this is one of those new hybrid cars powered mostly by electricity,and wind power from the assumed output of all those car amps. :devil:
     
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    I think justinackerson has been watching too much Jeremy Clarkson as he's always takeing the P*** :D
     
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    That was irony. :rolleyes: Is there really anybody out there that didn't know it meant melon farmer. (10 movie geek points for the first one to get the reference.)
     
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    Only film I can think of with a melon farmer in it is Mr. Majestyk with Charles Bronson, if I win the geek points, send them to the tube with the Chevy Trailburner, he needs them more than I do.
     
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    The BBC pre-watershed edit of Beverley Hills Cop I also used Melon Farmer, alongside Muddy Funster to bowdlerise certain phrases.

    Arguably it's funnier than the original because of this.
     
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    What an entertaining thread:D
     
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    Near Enough. The one I was thinking of was the TV edit of Repo Man. It opened up its limited appeal by making it wonderfully absurd as streams of profanity was churned into nonsense.

    Now to move this on a bit:

    What is/was the loudest system ever? One of those volcanic simulators? A seventies rock concert? We should be told and possibly given free tickets!
     
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    I saw 'Supergrass' a few years back at Rock City in Nottingham. They were very good and the kind of loud that you'd expect a rock band to be.

    Not that everyone noticed as eardrums had already been ruptured. The support band were 'Add N to X', a kind of electro punk outfit with loads of vintage synths and no guitars. Having them as support was kind of like having Motorhead support the Osmands but I digress.

    I managed about two tracks and then went to the bar. I like it loud but it was the most ear-splitting cacophony I have ever experienced :eek:

    They get my vote. It was probably 6 or 7 years ago and my ears are still ringing :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
  19. PJTX100

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    Sorry dude, I watched "pimp my auto" the other day and they fitted something called the jackhammer into some guy's car, it weighed 350lb, looked like a small jet engine, I think it was a 21" sub and needed around 8kwatts worth of amps to drive it.

    Now that's a mutha!
     
  20. eviljohn2

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    The loudest gig I've ever experienced was 4ft Fingers at the Camden Underworld a couple of years ago. My ears were ringing for several weeks afterwards. :rolleyes:
     
  21. Moviebuff

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    I got a couple of free tickets to see Gary Numan many years ago, with my then girlfriend. I think the sound engineer must have been in a different venue, and kept turning the sound system up til he could bloody well hear it!!!
     

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