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    What is Xmax and linear excursion?

    ive seen u all talk about them but i have no clue to what thier function is... what is thier function?



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    Re: What is Xmax and linear excursion?

    Originally posted by Daniel
    ive seen u all talk about them but i have no clue to what thier function is... what is thier function?
    Maximum linear stroke of a subwoofer.

    Function primairly for most when looking at it is:

    SPL= Displacement. You get displacement with two things... stroke, and cone area.

    Xmax is linear excursion, but linear excursion isn't always Xmax.




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    Re: Re: What is Xmax and linear excursion?

    Originally posted by jlaine
    Xmax is linear excursion, but linear excursion isn't always Xmax.
    i bet that made a lot of sense to him....lol




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    mmm phew, i think i get it though, so the higher the linear excursion and xmax the louder the sub is?



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