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    Re: Quasi-Sixth Order Series-Tuned Bandpass

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    @Moble Enclosurs Just wanted to let you know the box pulled off a 137.4 sealed at the dash.
    Was that a musical average or at a specific frequency? Not bad for a single 12 on 500w designed for music.





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    Re: Quasi-Sixth Order Series-Tuned Bandpass

    Quote Originally Posted by Moble Enclosurs View Post
    Was that a musical average or at a specific frequency? Not bad for a single 12 on 500w designed for music.
    Specific frequency either 32 or 33hz. I probably would have scored louder on music since the sine waves I had were not the loudest they could be without clipping.



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    Re: Quasi-Sixth Order Series-Tuned Bandpass

    Quote Originally Posted by murph View Post
    Specific frequency either 32 or 33hz. I probably would have scored louder on music since the sine waves I had were not the loudest they could be without clipping.
    Wow no kidding. Dead on with the response graph at that frequency also, if you check the response picture in the prints folder from it . Nice job man! Not meant for SPL testing, but I am curious to know what it can do with a 0dB digital lossless signal. Anyhow, thanks for the update bro. It means a lot to hear about the progress and results of these designs Later!





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