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    Heavy Metal Frequency?

    I listen mainly heavy metal and I was wondering if anyone would know if 35HZ would be good to tune to for that and I will also use it everyday.







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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    5Hz?


    inaudibly low!




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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    what subs? different subs have different effects tuned to different frequencies




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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    Quote Originally Posted by 97splash
    I listen mainly heavy metal and I was wondering if anyone would know if 35HZ would be good to tune to for that and I will also use it everyday.
    little higher than 5 hz huh?

    For most music 35hz is low enough. Tuning lower dpending on your sub will give you a more even response from the sub so as not to get the a few frequencies that play louder than the rest.



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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    Quote Originally Posted by mykeys
    little higher than 5 hz huh?

    For most music 35hz is low enough. Tuning lower dpending on your sub will give you a more even response from the sub so as not to get the a few frequencies that play louder than the rest.
    it was a joke, he was saying 5hz = inaudibly low = cant hear it cause he dont like metal

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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    31.59867hz



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    Re: Heavy Metal Frequency?

    For metal, you want a quick, tight response, the lower you to the faster, better response, try around 25-30 hz




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