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#62949 - 10/01/04 01:51 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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Hell, you also don't like Led Zeppelin. I'm beginning to see a pattern...


Here it comes.... Damn, just a grease stain. Never mind.
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#62950 - 10/01/04 02:14 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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I bet I can top that. I own the DVD, but have never seen it.
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#62951 - 10/02/04 10:47 PM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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Actually no guessing is required. This scene appears to be one of the lowest frequency and highest amplitudes shown on the waterfall charts. This scene is shown going down to 10Hz (Yes 10 hz NOT a typo). It obviously goes even lower but they didn’t record below 10 Hz. Check it out at the SVS subwoofer site.

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#62952 - 10/02/04 10:50 PM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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Registered: 12/12/03
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Thanks for that. I was positive that it got down there! I was thinking maybe 15 but 10 WOW!

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#62953 - 10/03/04 01:03 PM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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Yeah...it does have some amplitude/decay down to 10hz, but the majority of what we are hearing is between the mid 20's and 80hz.

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#62954 - 10/04/04 07:10 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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True and I doubt even on a good day in my youth I could "hear" 10 Hz. I also doubt my sub can robustly reproduce frequencies down to 10 Hz. But the SVS graphs are interesting nonetheless. Regards

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#62955 - 10/04/04 10:04 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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In reply to:

I also doubt my sub can robustly reproduce frequencies down to 10 Hz.




What...........you don't have a SVS? :-)

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#62956 - 10/04/04 06:09 PM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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LOL Lets just say its higher on my priorities than the wife's. Actually I'm kinda lucky. I’m "storing" my brother's nice def tech 5.1 speaker system in my den right now. Fortunately the wife has a fair amount of appreciation for it. I also discovered that she loves music videos, which mitigates some of her "aren't those kinda big" feelings toward speakers. Hey they say even a blind hog finds an acorn now and then.

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#62957 - 10/05/04 04:04 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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Deftec - don't they make flashbang grenades?

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#62958 - 10/05/04 07:58 AM Re: Finding Nemo - Darla Tap scene Demo concern
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He means Definitive Technology.

A neighbor of mine from back in San Diego had 2 Def Tech BP-3000s - fairly decent, but not for the price he paid (~$4500 USD / pr).
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