1. ## Re: How much stronger/harder does ~1000-1200 watts hit compared to 500-600?

Originally Posted by Dave88LX
Can you fill me in? I only understand the math guideline which says that you get a 3dB increase in sound for every time you double the power. (At least how I understood it).
Originally Posted by pro-rabbit
Its a ft^3 not ^2

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That is what some claim, however, that is nothing you should go by. There are far to many variables that will dictate the exact kind of response you get from doubling power.
While Pro has the true correct answer, doubling power typically only sees a 1db increase across lower db musical vehicles. It typically takes doubling cone area and power to actually see a 3db gain. To reiterate, Pro has the more correct answer with "there are numerous variables that come into play to determine output gains"

2. ## Re: How much stronger/harder does ~1000-1200 watts hit compared to 500-600?

I see. I guess I didn't know if there there was a point of diminishing return in watts versus going with more drivers.

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