Im confused at this statement. Is this to mean that the 16Hz advertised on http://www.outlawaudio.com/products/lfmEX.html , a $649 subwoofer, would never actually be achieved?Yeah, he's not getting a 16hz port at $600. Twice that, sure
So, which of the subs ive listed would be considered the dump truck?Sort of like comparing two vehicles. One has 200 horsepower and one has 500 horsepower. Which one will win a drag race? What if the 500 hp vehicle was a dump truck?
schan1269 said:I'd like to know how Outlaw configured a 12" subwoofer, that size, with a 16hz(or is it EQ'd?) extension with a port. Sealed completely I could believe it.
But again, I'm not the subwoofer genius.
That stuff I linked, you could build in your living room in 25 minutes, Don't like the carpet? Remove it(or better yet, as them to send one w/o the carpet). Cover in whatever you want.
And a "car box with a woofer" couldn't give a crap less if it was in a trunk or your living room. Bass is bass.
Goto basic response chart here http://www.data-bass.com/data?page=system&id=58&mset=58 Pretty solid extension down to 16-17hz and this is measured outside at 2m. I'm sure there's some EQ involved, you can see it starting around 35hz. Not a big deal of course as just about every subwoofer available includes some sort of response shaping.
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