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Ivan Beaver

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Re: Between two similar subwoofers
« Reply #10 on: March 11, 2012, 05:19:50 pm »


First date with Ivan:

He rolls up in a 14 foot truck containing 4 types of scales, a water tank for body fat measurement and a mass spectrometer to determine true hair color.

He pulls out a Pelican case with calipers, various rulers and tape measures.

If she meets spec, roll out the medieval rack for "pull testing".   Then tell her it's a Dutch treat date.
Did we "double date" some years ago??????
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chuck clark

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Re: Between two similar subwoofers
« Reply #11 on: March 19, 2012, 02:30:01 am »

Haw! Then there's the glaring typo. I recently checked on some woofers whose sensitivity and max SPL were BOTH listed as 100db.  :o !!!
Spec sheets can get you in the ballpark but while we laugh, Ivan is right, they don't tell the whole story and they can be innaccurate or even worse- deceptive! So it's a good idea to ask experienced users in an open forum like this for their real life experiences. Keep an open mind and keep your ears open and hopefully you'll hear something you like before you open your wallet!
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