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    figuring out vehicles peak frequency

    i know you use a termlab, but what do you have to do to find out the peak frequency? im not an spl guy at all, but i was always curious as to how this is found out.



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    Re: figuring out vehicles peak frequency

    sealed box with the car / truck completely sealed,then termlab play track 7 and track 8 and see what frequency get the highest number .




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    Re: figuring out vehicles peak frequency

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    sealed box with the car / truck completely sealed,then termlab play track 7 and track 8 and see what frequency get the highest number .
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    Re: figuring out vehicles peak frequency

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