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09-21-2009, 07:41 PM

Consumer Stealth
Eric Batchelor- 127.4 Db 9/19/09

Consumer Trunk 1-499
Stephan Grimes- 138.3 Db 9/19/09

Consumer Trunk 500-999
Ariel Shumway- 130.0 Db 6/20/09

Consumer Trunk 1000-1499
Pedro Beuno- 141.1 Db 6/20/09

Consumer Trunk 1500-2500
Phillip Genoba- 140.5 Db 6/20/09

Consumer Trunk 2501-Up

Consumer SUV 1-499
Larry Malone- 137.5 Db 9/19/09

Consumer SUV 500-999
Brandon Macon- 141.0 Db 5/9/09

Consumer SUV 1000-1499
James Malone- 142.6 Db 9/19/09

Consumer SUV 1500-2500
Tijuan- 146.1 Db 9/19/09

Consumer SUV 2501-4000
Kevin Monroe- 142.8 Db 8/22/09

Consumer SUV 4001-Up
Brian "Big Dog" Thornhill- 150.3 Db 5/9/09

Consumer No Wall
Mike Cringle- 145.5 Db 8/22/09

Consumer Walled 1-3500
Lala Green- 145.4 Db 8/22/09

Consumer Walled 3501-Up
Dj Robbins- 143.6 Db 8/22/09

Pro Trunk 1-1999
Stacie Donaghy- 137.1 Db 5/9/09

Pro Trunk 2000-Up
Curtis Robinson- 147.0 Db 9/19/09

Pro SUV 1-3500
Nick Boney- 145.5 Db 6/20/09

Pro SUV 3501-Up
Brian "Big Dog" Thornhill- 150.6 Db 9/19/09

Pro No Wall
David Holland- 139.6 Db 5/9/09

Pro Walled

18 volt Classes

09-21-2009, 07:48 PM
when/where are yall's comps?

all classes power based? 4ohm? 1ohm?

09-28-2009, 09:31 PM
So far all of our comps are within 2 hrs to Raleigh,NC. We base our classes by Manufactuer Rated 12 or 14 volt at the amps lowest Rated ohm load. So whether your amp is a 1500 watts RMS amps at 4,2,or 1 ohm it is still same class. We don't clamp so if anyone who competes with a very overrated amp will have a very good chance of losing to an actual rated amp. The main purpose of this organization is to support Retailers and their consumers. All vehicles must play music for a full 30 seconds

Mr. Slate
09-28-2009, 09:50 PM
Kind of meter and where is it placed?

10-10-2009, 01:51 AM
those scores really don't seem that high....i would've expected some higher scores especially out of the pro non wall

10-10-2009, 02:03 AM
uhhh NC? no, there are people who have scored much much higher in NC

10-10-2009, 09:01 AM
uhhh NC? no, there are people who have scored much much higher in NC

Yes in NC overall, but not in Street Beatz which is a new organization based in NC.

10-12-2009, 08:57 PM
We use a dual sensor termlab and place one mic in the center of the windshield just above the dash and the second mic on the pasenger headrest. All scores are playing music and we average the two mic scores together.

10-12-2009, 09:00 PM
Also remember 90% of our competitors have never competed before these are normal shop customers who all have normal daily drive systems. All classes are by actual power as well not 4 ohm rating classes

10-12-2009, 09:09 PM
The scores look low until you think about how they're metered. Average score off 30sec of music from two sensors positioned in two different locations in the vehicle. Not as easy as ya'll think.