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    Newbie question.

    What does it mean exactly when a sub is LOUDER. isnt it louder if u turn the volume up?
    also what is spl and sq and stuff mean?







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    Re: Newbie question.

    u serious?




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    Re: Newbie question.

    Quote Originally Posted by luvinthebass View Post
    u serious?
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    sound quality

    sound pressure level







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    Re: Newbie question.

    I think he is






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    Re: Newbie question.

    TOld u im new. just asking so i know because it says IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS DONT BE AFRAID TO ASK> i am : (




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    Re: Newbie question.

    hello





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    Re: Newbie question.

    spl= sound pressure level

    sq= sound quality



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    Re: Newbie question.

    and when people talk about SQ and SPL. what exactly does that mean. in lamen terms please




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    Re: Newbie question.

    SQ=how well it sounds

    SPL= how loud it it




    This is the best explanation that i could find that would fit your descriptions of "layman's" terms



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    Re: Newbie question.

    SQ = Sound quality there's alot of things that determine this including how a speaker reproduces the sound that it's expected to

    SPL = sound pressure levels, all out bass, no real musicality just the most possible pressure and bass...


    Thats just a simple def. someone will chime in with more i'm sure.






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