Forgive my not understanding, but why would one want to reproduce the sound of a pair of top fuel dragsters taking off at the staging point? First hand, I've stood next to the track, Fremont Raceways, California, in the late 70's. Que the rocket car.
Last night, we watched a movie. A very good, entertaining, hour-and-a-half. worth of movie. Tonight, we'll do the same, an hour-and-a-half or two hours or so, of mindless entertainment. Where did I go wrong with the whole sound reproduction thingy? When did home theater become about the rumble and tumble of a 120dB worth of 8,000 H.P.?
I'm not trying to cause trouble with my question, I'm trying to understand why the question when I thought it was about accurate home theater, THX reference level, sound reproduction. And if someone wants to reproduce the start of a race between two top fuel dragsters, and their system can accurately replicate this experience, a tip of a hat and a beer for them and their guest with appetizers of choice for the dedication of the individual to this end.
(It seems to go from THX reference levels, to four 18" subs to accurate reproduction of specific events; top fuel dragsters and then I suppose, the Space Shuttle launch. Now that's rumble.)
I got out of bed this morning.