how hard would you beat them if your roommate wheeled this into your room and started blasting slipknot on it while you where sleeping?
>how hard would you beat them if your roommate wheeled this into your room and started blasting slipknot on it while you where sleeping?
This "speaker" would be useless for blasting Slipknot as these giant speakers Mms is way to high to play anything but the lowest of frequencies, like < 20Hz.
yeah, and theres no way a cone thats joined like that wouldnt distort along the joint and produce some nasty harmonics
>pic related, the sub i built / modeled.
Well, cosidering that die to previous damage it would cuase me be unable to balance at all for sometime and make me violently ill i wouldnt be able to punch then, i could sue them though and id pretty easily win as such medical issues would factor in to any lease i make at this point. My current lease requires that other tenants get written consent to play anything above a certain level.
To my knowledge, historically large speakers play almost exclusively mids and highs via cone vibration rather than excursion; Kind of like hitting a huge Cymbal, rather than a drum.
This "speaker" reminds me of the MTX Thunder 1,000,000 I saw in a bread truck at the DB Drag World Finals in the late 1990s. IIRC they were putting up decent numbers at like 10Hz but it was mostly show and not much go.
Only ridiculously large speakers I've ever seen were sub-woofers.
pic related and also >>767482233
Grasping at straws much?
OP said and I quote
"...large speakers play almost exclusively mids and highs via cone vibration rather than excursion..."
yet somehow you manage to change "almost exclusively" to "could"
I've never seen a large speaker made to play highs, and when I say large speaker I'm referring to the diaphragm (the speakers cone)