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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    cool ima get a bigger amp send some more power to um
    either skar or sundown 4500.



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    So the box is turned low but doesn't necessarily that score is from that low.




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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    150 @ 28




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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

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    Not bad? Lol. How many people on here can do 47@29?



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    how many people can do it from 25-80hz? then I'll be impressed.



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    I can do it from about 27 to 55. Who wants to do a 147 over 60 hz though? Do you want your subs to play that high?



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    my subs don't play over 45hz right now, and will probably be dropped down to 40hz after I get better mids. Doesn't mean there should be a drop in volume. The biggest problem with this whole argument is the fact decibels do not say how loud something is, I want no audible dip in output, I could care less what score it does.



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    Quote Originally Posted by wenn_du_weinst View Post
    my subs don't play over 45hz right now, and will probably be dropped down to 40hz after I get better mids. Doesn't mean there should be a drop in volume. The biggest problem with this whole argument is the fact decibels do not say how loud something is, I want no audible dip in output, I could care less what score it does.
    But if your subs don't play over 45 hz, how is that not a drop in volume to 80?


    And if you have a drop in volume over 60, you can have an increase in volume in other places



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    Re: 147 db on a LOW tuned box

    because like I said, db's do not dictate audible output. If you were to sit in a car doing 150db at 2khz you would go deaf instantly, it's much much louder then 150db at 35hz. you can be down 10-20db and have the same volume just depends on the freq

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    and my system doesn't dip because I built it not to.



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