Im going to a comp thats using the TermLab, and im not sure whether or not i want to compete.
Im going to a comp thats using the TermLab, and im not sure whether or not i want to compete.
Ride: 2001 Ford Ranger
Color: Red
Head Unit: Kenwood 52x4
Speaker Amp: JL Audio e4300
Front Speakers: Kicker 4x6
Rear Speakers: Stock
Sub Amp: Bostwick 1100 (1100 RMS @ 1ohm)
Subs : (2) Kicker CVR 15's
Enclosure: 4.3 Cubes per chamber tuned o 32hz
AudioControl - 145.9 dB
TermLab Mic - 145.6, 146.0, 142.5(mic was messed up)
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Termlab = harder to get good numbers on. Termlab is more accurate.
Yes you want to!!Originally Posted by supraman1379
Do NOT miss any opportunity to compete, irrelevant of the mics.
Be forewarded however, you wont be doing any huge numbers. I struggle to do 155s legal on it with 9kW on 4 subs....
1 volt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)]
1 watt = 1 joule / second
1 watt = (1 Newton)(meter) / second
1 watt = [1 kg/(second^2)] (meter) / second
simplifying we find:
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter)] / (second ^3)
therefore:
P = (I)(V)
1 watt = (1 volt)(1ampere)
1 watt = ( [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)] )(1 ampere)
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / (second^3)
And that is WHY Power is in the SI units of Watts. enjoy!
hey, yota, hes talkin bout the deland comp for meca. wer going eston, i dont care what u say, were both competeing if i get my wires run.
get those wires run!!!
My system is playing, but it must do a 153 or better tonight or I wont be at the volusia county fairgrounds on sat...
1 volt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)]
1 watt = 1 joule / second
1 watt = (1 Newton)(meter) / second
1 watt = [1 kg/(second^2)] (meter) / second
simplifying we find:
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter)] / (second ^3)
therefore:
P = (I)(V)
1 watt = (1 volt)(1ampere)
1 watt = ( [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)] )(1 ampere)
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / (second^3)
And that is WHY Power is in the SI units of Watts. enjoy!
so did it do that?i hope so, would love to hear a 150+ setup again.
Nope, thus far the best I can get out of the setup is a 151.5 legal @ 43hz....Originally Posted by saywhat?
...and at 45hz....strange....
I havent touched the box however....that is next
1 volt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)]
1 watt = 1 joule / second
1 watt = (1 Newton)(meter) / second
1 watt = [1 kg/(second^2)] (meter) / second
simplifying we find:
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter)] / (second ^3)
therefore:
P = (I)(V)
1 watt = (1 volt)(1ampere)
1 watt = ( [1(kg)(meter^2)] / [(second^3)(ampere)] )(1 ampere)
1 watt = [1(kg)(meter^2)] / (second^3)
And that is WHY Power is in the SI units of Watts. enjoy!
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