Subs in the winter

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  1. Eurbauk

    Eurbauk New Member

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    would it be a good idea to run my sub in -20 to -30 degrees celcius? Or should I take it out...:h5:
     
  2. goodprankfarva

    goodprankfarva I didn't think it was very realistic in the movie

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    ummm i dont carry a thermometer with me. whats that in fahrenheit
     
  3. Ronin

    Ronin Guest

    turn it up louder
     
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    as long as the environment in your car is non-condensing - you'll be fine.
     
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    twistid Banged By Super Models Moderator

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    winters around here have an effect on rubber surround subs. once it dips below freezing, you have to wait until the car warms up before bumping it hard. :dunno: i've seen alpine type-e's get as stiff as a brand new rfl, when the temps drop below freezing. it only typically gets -5 here at the most, so i have no idea what it's like at -20 to -30.
     
  6. goodprankfarva

    goodprankfarva I didn't think it was very realistic in the movie

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    he said its -20 to -30 in celcius. Are you talking the same way. because there is a big difference between -5 fahrenheit and -5 celcius. -5 celcius is like 25 degrees.
     
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    :o i was talking fahrenheit, and didn't see he was talking celcius.
     

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