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Question about svs comparison chart.

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Sheldon C, Apr 25, 2002.

  1. Sheldon C

    Sheldon C Second Unit

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    On the chart that compares the three models of subs it has the numbers on the left in db that range from -10 to -60. What do these numbers stand for? I know they refer to how loud the sub goes, I just have no point of reference. I assume that they don't mean how many decibles below reference because that wouldn't be very loud.
     
  2. Ned

    Ned Supporting Actor

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    It's just a relative indicator for output. You can get an idea of the smoothness and extension each model is capable of. Max output depends on several other factors.
     

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