2 DC lvl 5 10's 152.4 TNESPL 42hz
152.6 DBDrag 40hz
2 DC lvl 5 12's 153.1 DbDrag 45hz
2 DC lvl 5 15's? To Be Determined
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higher notes are electrical froendly.. Try running an amp at 16V and run it again on 12 and see which wayt it gets hotter. High freq=less strain on electricl=less strain on amps=efficiency.. not rocket science.. and like i said you want allt his published this and that.. The competitiors doing this on a daily basis are not authors and im not writing blogs. I have over 12k$ in my current system and am on a TL DAILY.. i tests every week and i go through equipment like crazy. because i havent wront e a book and documented everythign doesnt mean i dont know what im talking about.. and ya i do have it written down in a notebook but im not going to give every spec of info i worked hard for to some idiot who dont even know audio to begin with
The Re of the second test should be around 5.98 ohms and the BL should be 5.84 Tm... all other numbers remain. So you have a Dcr rise of ~0.5 ohms after heating up
well yesterday my AQ SDC2.5 10 came in the mail and the suspension was so stiff, i could barley push down on it... well its been hooked up for 9 hours now running off my home amplifier playing a 40 hz sine wave with about 1 inch excursion and let me tell you i just checked the suspension and i can actually push down on it now but not alot so im gonna let it play for another 5 hours and see if its ready to be unleashed in its 36 hz 1.7 cube box
With my 3512, it was loud as hell right out of the box but only so-so on the sub 45ish notes.
After a day or 2 of normal(for me) playing and a few demos, the sub 45ish notes did play much louder.
This is just my experience with this sub....
Silently stalking you through glass....
"How does this jive with the "fresh recones before the big show"? I can't recall ever seeing a thread "my DD sub is making funny noises" that turns out to be a failed tripple joint. Just saying..."
Fail Quote ^
DD says your subs will sound louder. What you don't understand is sounding louder to the ear is different then hitting high number on the meter. Most competitors arent playing their system to full potential for extended periods of time, a burp or two. I never said if you do not break in a DD sub it will fail, it just increases the possibility which at finals is well worth the risk in order to win.
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Power handling is not a power requirement! Don't install suckage!