I would appreciate the help of the subwoofing community! I've been asked by a member of my state's House of Representatives for my views on how best to address the concerns of the community in regards to certain "noise nuisance" issues relating to to the use of powerful subwoofers. Here in Hawaii, we enjoy a relaxed, "laid back" lifestyle. We live and let live. Recently however, subwoofers have become popular, both in "Boom Cars" as well as in home systems. It's becoming more and more common to hear the "booming". At the source, the subwoofers definitely enhance the bass, no doubt about that! But regretfully, the nature of low frequency sounds is such that they travel far and wide with little volume loss compared to high frequency sounds. In heavy traffic, some subwoofer owners seem to enjoy sharing their low sounds with as many people as possible. The result isn't all that pleasing ... not everyone enjoys the unrelenting "booming"!!!. I would appreciate the comments, suggestions and recommendations of the sub-woofing community. Thank you for your help!