Last edited by gatemplin; 10-01-2005 at 12:19 AM.
did they stick their head in the propeller?
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In other words, "the general consensus from people who havent heard it and dont know how it works". :pOriginally Posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
The pics were taken by someone who's audio opinion I highly trust, who had a demo by the guy who invented the sub and explained to him how it works.
"Bruce ran test tones from 40Hz down to 2Hz. The drywall in the room was flexing as the room pressurized. His intended audience is ultra $$$ HT where it's intended to augment the lower octaves below where your normal sub dies..."
Last edited by gatemplin; 10-01-2005 at 12:33 AM.
I could see something like that really hurting people if it does actually hork out that kind of output so low. My guess is that since the average person with good hearing can only hear to 20Hz the fact that this produces sound you can't even hear you won't know you are melting your ears until you start to feel pain and at that point you have already done damage.
To me it just looks like a fancy 1/2 hp electric motor with a fireplace fan attached to the front :D I think I'd enjoy audio more without one of those and having the privilege of being able to control my bowl movements ;)
Well because of this subs output and the Fletcher-Munson curve, you may be able to "hear" quite a bit lower than 20 Hz.Originally Posted by michael_w
Here is another quote from Thomas, the guy that runs "the Cult":
"Below 10Hz the drywall was visibly flexing, and his assistants were leaning on all the doors, otherwise they were rattling in their frames."
Here is a video thingy, look at how the blades pivot like helicoptor rotors.
I hooked up my clothes dryer with some monster extreme to two 500 watt monoblocks, sounds awesome. Selling for 12k, a 1k savings for you guys, just because I'm a nice club member. :) My next version will totally knock all your walls down, its a wrecking ball version. Still in the lab on that project....
Last edited by eugene65; 10-01-2005 at 03:02 PM.
I bet it does move some air, which is what producing sound waves is all about.
Check your lips at the door woman. Shake your hips like battleships. Yeah, all the white girls trip when I sing at Sunday service.
Beware of the 7Hz soundwaves!!Originally Posted by michael_w
Interesting infinite baffle system. Seems to use ideas obtained from helicopter rotor studies. I wonder if the hotel they set up in knew they'd remove the door between two rooms, build the enclosure for the driver, then run tests down to 1Hz.
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I wonder if my SVS PC-Ultra will go that low..?
I would like to try that on the other unsuspecting members of the house..!!!
I know it`s mean, but hey three females...every stinkin month..!!???
You might be able to hit around 10-12Hz in room with the ultra. Just guessing by reading the specs but if it's placed correctly...
enuff for serious stainage, but no doodoo....
As PT Barnum said " there is a sucker born every minute "
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