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Sub woofers and Hard Drives

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Dan Brodin, Dec 26, 2003.

  1. Dan Brodin

    Dan Brodin Stunt Coordinator

    Mar 28, 2000
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    I was thinking about this the other day after I decided to purchase an SVS 20-36 subwoofer. Is there any danger to the 3 hard drives I have in my main computer which will be about 3-4ft away from the subwoofer and the hard drives in my Tivo and XBOX from the low frequencies (12hz - 50hz) created by the the SVS or any sub woofer for that matter? I know hard drives are built really well nowadays and can sustain a ridiculous high level of G-forces while operating and even more non operating. I just had to wonder if that durability would also translate to sustaining constant pulses of low frequencies emitted by powerful subwoofers. In actuality I have a feeling they will be fine and can always turn off the computer and tivo when running the sub to be sure but was just looking for some reassurance.

    thanks guys,

  2. An SVS sub eh. Well If its going to bother hard drives at all it won't matter if its 3 feet or 300 feet [​IMG]

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