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Old 08-23-2012, 03:32 PM   #16  
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War of Worlds, Chapter 5, after ground rotates and the collapses

109.6db at 3 meters

Never seen a woofer move like that.
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War of Worlds, Chapter 5, after ground rotates and the collapses

109.6db at 3 meters

Never seen a woofer move like that.
Standard measurements please.......Meters? We aren't in Canada!
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Standard measurements please.......Meters? We aren't in Canada!
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Yea but science pretty much across the boards, of which acoustics are a part of, universally use the metric system as it makes the math a 'zillion' times easier.
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Yea but science pretty much across the boards, of which acoustics are a part of, universally use the metric system as it makes the math a 'zillion' times easier.
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Lol, the reason I converted to meters is you can tell what the speaker would read at one meter (standard review comparison) by adding so many db per meter, roughly. Roughly, at 1 meter, it'd be 10db more, which is very very nice performance.
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