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Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Bakersfield, CA
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I downloaded several VM apps and think I found one that'll work. Not knowing the first thing about vibration meters I assume XYZ axis does the trick. This one seems sensitive enough. If this does work out then we will have a VM solution for iPhone users. No more guessing when it comes to tactile response, if it works out.
Last few days I've testing a few things out regarding tactile improvement. I forgot to mentioned that I have rubber isolators that replaced my seating feet. I'm sure this amplifies the tactile response as well. It made a difference before with the seats mounted on concrete. With the sound intensity and PVL being primarily responsible for tactile feedback, I wonder if it's of any benefit having the sub mounted on the riser.
One thing that would be of huge benefit is if we had a database/thread for tactile like what this thread has accomplished. Where a person could go and get the info and product data needed to get the needed or wanted response. Comparisons of passive and active risers/platforms and seating. Explore and find that perfect balance of spl to tactile, for example, at 115db@20hz is should 5.2vm or whatever the optimal number is and to achieved you have to do this and this. To me tactile is as important as having a sub.