I'm not going to debate T/S specs. If you know half what you say you do, then you know the real reason in why they become far more faulty for subwoofers in mobile audio. As for the rest of the product the T/S are about as accurate as you can get(with in the limits of math/physics with out actually having them in the application). No reason to get into that discussion as we both "should" know the truth on this one.
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I like you Pro, you seem like a good person to have a beer with, lol.
Come to USACi finals, would glad to sit back and drink a beer. It is a fun/interesting time for most lol.
you notcied, we got way off subject too, lol. The threadstarter is gonna wonder, "what the F did I do?" LMAO
i gotta head out for now though. Gotta eat and get the kid from summer camp. :) Man it was nice to debate with you. I think we have a good understanding of each other now. Sometimes, that's what it takes. If the OP gets this, I hope we were able to help you as well. Later guys! have a great weekend!
I love Barbecue!! But I could never judge it. I have some many particulars that I like, in what I taste, aslso in what I hear. Being an absolute neutral judge is something I could never be. I would always try to pick out what I like the best, even though it's only one ingredient in the recipe (same as BBQ as in Car Audio). I guess in order to get the best representation of the actual winner, you would need as many judges as possible. Then plot the results on a graph and the top of the curve would be the winner. That would be no fun though. The weirdest thing happened, after all the contests and different vehicles I heard, my tastes changed dramatically. Another reason i could never be a judge!!
I type way to slow, I was still on the judging mentioned vaguely in a paragraph 2 or 3 pages ago. I feel so old lol