What causes the woofer to flap and rattle when it plays super loud?
Is this bad for the speaker? Should I turn it down enough so it cannot EVER happen, or just low enough so it only happens when the bass gets VERY loud? Or does it not matter, and the flapping sound is just annoying? Please help. I cannot seem to find that answer to this ANYWHERE.
The reason I want to know is that I really can't turn this thing up very loud without this happening. I thought it was becuase my previous one was a defective open-box one, but I exchanged it for a brand-new one, and it is the same way.
BTW, this is a tiny room(bedroom). Only about 1000 cu ft. I figured this should be plenty, but now I don't know.
If you can still get the analog one, it is cheaper. Analog gages are easier to read in a dynamic measurement. Digital displays have a latency that makes them hard to read until they stabilize and it is easy to read a moving analog gage. From what I understand, the digital RS meter is more accurate below 20Hz than the analog is. I have the analog version.