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    What does SQL Stand for?

    I know its a stupid question, but I really dont know. I know wut SPL is, but not SQL.







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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    Sound Quality Level.
    Its a mix of SPL and SQ.




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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    or Sound Quality Loud




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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    Thanx, now I know!




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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    sound quality level pretty much how loud yo can go without sounding like trash



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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    I use to never know than i started to think what it could stand for and thats what i came up with.




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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    Its a combination of the acronyms SQ and SPL. Its a way of describing a system that wants both. That's the accepted definition of the term, what the letters mean specifically when combined is up to each reader.




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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    SQL = structured query language, also sometimes called "sequel"





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    Re: What does SQL Stand for?

    haha, i was just about to reply with that sixthfloorfreak. ****, i'm such a comp nerd.



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