Sub woofers and Hard Drives

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

  1. Dan Brodin

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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,

    -Dan
     
  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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