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Old 05-06-2005, 05:18 PM   #21 (permalink)
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i was looking at those speakers for awhile but then looked at some klipsch and never looked back. these suckers are awsome!. i got the quintet II with a 10" klipsch sub. its an awsome sub 250 watts of power. these thing will blow out a window. i have it running through a mcIntosh receiver and amp. i cant even turn these all the way up. very good speakers and sub.
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i was looking at those speakers for awhile but then looked at some klipsch and never looked back. these suckers are awsome!. i got the quintet II with a 10" klipsch sub. its an awsome sub 250 watts of power. these thing will blow out a window. i have it running through a mcIntosh receiver and amp. i cant even turn these all the way up. very good speakers and sub.
LOL, that is kind of a tough comparison though. How much did that setup run you? Those McIntosh receivers are crazy expensive.
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i was looking at those speakers for awhile but then looked at some klipsch and never looked back. these suckers are awsome!. i got the quintet II with a 10" klipsch sub. its an awsome sub 250 watts of power. these thing will blow out a window. i have it running through a mcIntosh receiver and amp. i cant even turn these all the way up. very good speakers and sub.
Can you make a video of your "250" watt speaker blowing out windows, or post a picture of you measuring the input power above 250 watts?

Neither are happening IMO
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my friend has a 34'' sub in his car 5000watts and he blew out all his windows along with the house in front of which he was parked
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Old 05-06-2005, 06:38 PM   #25 (permalink)
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May I ask what kind of sub this was

To my knowledge this is the largest subwoofer in production today, and probolly the most expensive as well

http://www.precisiondevices.co.uk/Se...es=yes&type=24







And everyone should start talking in db (decibels) not watts, as that's what speakers are rated at, not watts.

Also your friends speaker, in a perfect enviroment with a perfectly efficent amp would take 416amps at 12 volts

In the real world, this would be over 500 amps.
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Sweet!! Get like 10 of those ina house, put hard rock music on, max it out, and probably it might demolish the house, lol.
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10 of what, non existant 34" subwoofers or 24" PD speakers?

PD would easily do structural dammage to a small house, even a pair of 15" could

You should try to find the old "housewrecker" speaker plans
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lol. 34" subs man. I really want those in my car. Won't need hydraulics then.
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their are no such thing........

Im waiting upon some pics, than I will post a thread about me being retarted
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I meant 24.
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