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A 34" sub with only 91db 1w/1m???
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Sub: Omega 18" D1 (9.5cuft@34hz)
Sub amp - PA BAMF5500/1D (something new soon)
Highs/Mids - 9.2/9.4 (not installed)
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Audiobahn already did a 34"er like 10 years ago broski.
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Pretty sure Clarion also had a 34" sub a long time ago.
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Front Mids: Eclipse SC6500
Front Tweeters: Morel made Xtant 28MM Silks
Subs: Audiomobile Evo 10" TC2+
Enclosure: 1.1 Cubes sealed with 10 Ounces Poly Fill
Amp: Audio Systems Twister F6 380 III
50 inch subwoofer
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Concept Design 60-inch
A single 60-inch (1,500 mm) diameter subwoofer driver was designed by Richard Clark and David Navone with the help of Dr. Eugene Patronis of Georgia Institute of Technology. The driver was intended to break sound pressure level records when mounted in a road vehicle, calculated to be able to achieve more than 180 dBSPL. It was built in 1997, driven by DC motors connected to a rotary crankshaft somewhat like in a piston engine. The cone diameter was 54 inches (1,400 mm) and was held in place with a 3-inch (76 mm) surround. With a 6-inch (150 mm) peak-to-peak stroke, it created a one-way air displacement of 6,871 cubic inches (112,600 cm3). It was capable of generating 5–20 Hz sine waves at various DC motor speeds—not as a response to audio signal—it could not play music. The driver was mounted in a stepvan owned by Tim Maynor but was too powerful for the amount of applied reinforcement and damaged the vehicle. MTX's Loyd Ivey helped underwrite the project and the driver was then called the MTX "Thunder 1000000" (one million). Still unfinished, the vehicle was entered in an SPL competition in 1997 at which a complaint was lodged against the computer control of the DC motor. Instead of using the controller, two leads were touched together in the hope that the motor speed was set correctly. The drive shaft broke after one positive stroke which created an interior pressure wave of 162 dB. The Concept Design 60-inch was not shown in public after 1998.
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Might be there as far as wow factor, bet it's a POS.
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I love how this same info comes up a good 2 or 3 times a year here.
cadence bought the 10 audiobahn had when they closed and slapped there name on them.
the concept sub was the mtx sub just rebaged after mtxdumped it...