Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by rebs, Aug 1, 2006.
Just curious for your opinions on the matter
150 watt per side is minimum.
Basically... I love headroom. So, buy an amp that has plenty of it... set the amp to full power using an O-scope. Then attenuate at the HU, assuming you have the ability to do this.
That's what I do.
I prefer having about double the needed RMS power on whatever speakers I use.
especially on movies the more power the better, ultra quiet talking to guns going off at extreme volumes ftw
car > home
some cars these days ... now get this, have video in them.
Sound quality in cars will never compare to that of a decent home system.
i read that on the back of a matchbook too
I fucking HATE that.
i like it as it makes the guns actually seem like guns
FUCK OFF I WAS AT WORK WITH MY HEAD IN 2 DODGE RAM REWIRES
have you ever actually been shooting outdoors?
Q: How much is too much?
A: Does not compute.
OK, OK...enough to cause pain with transients is too much. So what, 135dB?
yes, theyre fucking loud
i almost always have my ears covered though
sometimes quiet sound tracks do bother me but if u can still hear what theyre saying clearly its not too bad, i do like to have distinct differences in volume though for the appropriate sound effects
most tracks are not "distinct" I find... In order to get the vocals at a pleasing level, the "action" scenes are over-powering. As a result, I usually have the gain on my center-channel amp up a bit higher.
any 800.4 should do the trick.
4200 SE > *
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[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]ok. not bad
every one we have in stock has an actual of 250x4 @ 2ohm
rock the fuck on!
its like 1900 bucks so it had better make power