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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by rhed View Post

I got 4 S2's and I have lots.. I mean LOTS of pressurization in my room. I don't know it's a good thing some times. Because the pressure is so intense I actually feel pressure on my ear drums.eek.gif Like my head is going to explode! Then the wifey comes out and taps me on the shoulders and says Ok hon, really, that is a little too much. Someones gonna end up calling the cops. Now, she was outside, at the back doing her garden stuffs. And the HT room is at the other end of the house upstairs. eek.gif At that time I was watching TIH. Yup, you guessed it, the sonic cannon scene. I was at -9 on the MV. But I think it could be the house curve that ive made. Kind of aggressive. Well whatever, these Caps put out clean bass at very high dbs. Jeff really know what he's doing with his subs. Especially since he does the Pro Audio side too. And we all know the Pro Audio is all about clean output at very high dbs. Now that's gotta tell you something... Man I need to upgrade my LCR and surrounds. They just can't keep up!wink.gif

My house curve measured at 82 dbs

man looks like your in good shape!!!! have you done some measuring for max output? lookup "bass is a weapon" channel on youtube, you will destroy your house if you crank their songs up!!! biggrin.gif
post #32 of 36
all i got to say.... AN APARTMENT!!!!! eek.gif
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by Blackmambakila View Post

man looks like your in good shape!!!! have you done some measuring for max output? lookup "bass is a weapon" channel on youtube, you will destroy your house if you crank their songs up!!! biggrin.gif

Yea.. I want too. But if you look up the cap thread I've posted my problem with my ceiling in the HT room. Yes, I've discovered a crack about 2 feet long. I've yet to post some pictures of the crack. And I didn't tell the wifey yet because that might steer my JTR speaker upgrades coming April. But I will tell her eventually. Probably after the purchase. Lol..
Edited by rhed - 1/5/14 at 10:26pm
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by rhed View Post

Yea.. I want too. But if you look up the cap thread I've posted my problem with my ceiling in the HT room. Yes, I've discovered a crack about 2 feet long. I've yet to post some pictures of the crack. And I didn't tell the wifey yet because that might steer my JTR speaker upgrades coming April. But I will tell her eventually. Probably after the purchase. Lol..

yeah you will get cracks!! im sure youll do more damage than that soon biggrin.gif
post #35 of 36
That is 20 dBs hot, I never ran mu subs over 12 dBs hot before. Now I run them flat with a peak at 10hz of 5 dBs. So from 7-12hz I am 5 dBs hot and flat throughout. The bass is so strong I would never turn it up. I have cracked my marble plenty of times. I am flat to 4hz without that peak.

post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by Bill Fitzmaurice View Post

If you live in an apartment and the walls, floors and ceilings are less than a foot thick of solid concrete you can dismiss the idea of gut punching bass. What you'll get if you do is real gut punches, from your neighbors. eek.gif
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Not no more now I live in a house, lol now I'll be after two 15in LMS TC Sound subs
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