I tryed this program and it gave me 168.9 for 4 soundstream xxx18's
do you think its accurate at all?someone that has been metered try it out and see how close it comes?Also do you think it only works for home stereos
It gave me a 133 for 2 12s at 2feet with 2,000watts.
Pretty much what I got on my last termlab trip, well, 2.1dB shy.
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305 subs at .1ft with 90000 watts in a corner can hit a 200.7!
That I will go about saying, would blow the walls of your house out.. right? I mean.. that'd move enough air to flex windows past their breaking point and house windows aren't made for much flex anyways. I'm guessing 90,000 watts would hit higher than a 200.7 as well..
Does the software only give estimates or does it round it all down, cuz those numbers look kindergartenish to me lol
1 foot away
In a corner
hits an amazing 246.3
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:nods: But what he meant was that a vehicle is known to boost the overall intensity and houses kinda drown it out due to the extremely large spaceous AIRY areas. lol
Or at least I think thats what he meant..
EH... Upon readin his quote there, i've noticed he may have instead meant that because of the increased voltage running into the system that it's more power.. not really.. they filter out all the extra and then run the rest through the speaker if i'm not mistaken.
someone else will know what im talking about but the way i thought it worked was home recievers have true power verses car amps that are over rated
whens the last time you saw a 3000w home reciever for surround sound
i had a home reciever with 440w total with 4 channels so 110w per channel and the amp inside that reciever was big and heavy as hell, no compaired to a 4 channel car amp that is 110w per channel its small and light,
someone who knows what im tryin to say please help me out here
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