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    I like the idea of putting a 18" Cerwin Vega Stroker in a sealed box right in the midddle... sure your gonna need a minimum of 1500W to power it, more like 2250W to get the full effect... but you get the idea...

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    13' JL audio own too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [size=7
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    Would prolly sound like an echo chamber ... might be interesting for the cave ambience sounds....

    Must be nice to have a shop the size of that one. Looks like I could keep the snow off my car and still have lots of room for the woodworking tools! Of course it would need some insulation...
    That garage/shed measures 7m x 30m (approx 23' x 97') and can accommodate 4 LWB F150's in it and that elevated workshop is about 18' deep as well. But I'll be buildin' an insulated room along one side of the garage area though for brewin' and clean workroom areas plus shower and toilet facilities though that shold still leave me enough room the park the stationwagon and large trailer with room left over. :D
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    Nice sized garage! The heating bill on something that size during the winter here would almost put me in the poor house. Would be nice to have that kind of space to work with though.
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    No heating (except for the ones that I ready have in the brew kits) which is the reason for buildin' the insulated and lined rooms into it. ;)
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    looks like i was beaten to this one...

    damn.
    car audio is something i'm good at.

    i love my lil set up....
    its loud..... crisp and clean...

    they way music should be....... and since it cost me about $2k you would sorta hope so.....

    in my 'lil laser hatch i have

    Clarion H/u
    Rear: Kenwood 7x10" 80wRMS 320 Peak
    Amp: Kenwood 4x50wRMS@ 2x50 +1x200@2Ohm
    Sub: Kenwood 12" DVC 300Wrms PVC. 1200Wmax.
    Fronts: Kenwood 5.25" splits 60wRMS (off H/u)


    Getting for SPL car:
    Cheapo H/u
    Beyond Audio InHuman 15"
    Amps: 4x 1200WRMS Monoblocks.... (around 5000wMax)
    Batteries: 4x 1500 Odyssey's (30kg's each)
    TT Original

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    Cerwin Vega is the choise for MAX spl (sound pressure level) in a car or a house.
    And my choise for amplifier is Phoenix Gold.

    I have used the vega line series that performs to the extreme but don't cost to mutch. The more expensiver stroker series is just insane, ever been in a car with a hard working 15" stroker element or a 18"... :?:

    They make your heart beet simultaneous with the music beats.
    Not to good for the health though...


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    EXACTLY. I have a friend with a 15" stroker and a 2200 watt (not sure on the wattage) Phoenix Gold. ITs INSANE. She loves it. I think she keeps it for certain sexual pleasures. :eek:

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    ahhh yes


    chicks and 33hz

    it works...... if you play it for long enough with out them leaving your car

    takes about 45-50 secs for it to start kicking in, with a 15" its usually quicker.


    make sure you supply them with ear plugs or something similar......... they have a tendency to pull their fingers out of their ears after about 2mins...
    TT Original

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    nice... didnt know it was exactly 33hz... i should get that frquency on cd...

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