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Author Topic: 120 db at 40 hz?  (Read 1253 times)

TJ (Tom) Cornish

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Re: 120 db at 40 hz?
« Reply #20 on: October 08, 2019, 06:38:55 pm »

Woodshop is bad enough. I would expect a metal shop, especially where there is grinding of ferrous alloys, to be terrible. All those little magnetic bits trying to find their way into voice coil gaps. I do a little grinding now and then and I'm always mindful to keep away from any speakers. --Frank
DIY ferrofluid - grinding dust mixed with 10w-30.
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Caleb Dueck

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Re: 120 db at 40 hz?
« Reply #21 on: October 09, 2019, 09:21:32 am »

120 dB at 40hz for playback ?  That makes my head hurt...

If we assume 20dB sub haystack - that's 100dB full range.  For live music, that's only 5dB more than I'm used to.  If that's the peak number the system needs to reproduce, knowing the average continuous will be lower - that's realistic and what I would expect my personal fun system to handle. 

If it were me though, I'd get TH118XL's and SH69HT's and call it a day.  Get the Dante version DNA amp, and use whatever computers and other devices for sources.
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Jeff Bankston

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Re: 120 db at 40 hz?
« Reply #22 on: October 09, 2019, 10:25:29 pm »

This thread really hertz. I got to go rent a car to put my woofers in.
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