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Whats the frequency in which you start to get "quesy" from low bass?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Keir H, Dec 26, 2001.

  1. Keir H

    Keir H Second Unit

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    Also can the 25-31 do that to you or do you have to go to the 20-39 for about 3500 cu/ft of space? ANother question, what is meant by one-note bass?
     
  2. steve paul

    steve paul Stunt Coordinator

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    I have a 10X24 room and I had a dual 20-39 setup. I never got "quesy". These things you read are just exagerations. I now have an HGS-18 and I feel that BASS More than from the dual SVS BUT none make you sick or "quesy" - Its just good clean bass from both SVS and Velodyne.
     
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    Tom Vodhanel Cinematographer

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    I think this will tend to be dependent on the individual to some degree. Like sea-sickness and car rides.

    My ears are extremely sensitive to air pressure changes(probably a sinus cavity thing). I don't think my hearing is better than average on the whole...but I can *hear* stuff others usually cannot.(the distint approach of a large helicopter for instance).

    Loud bass doesn't make me quesy, but watching some of the DVDs that have the loudest bass often makes me feel sick...

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