Re: Speakers gymnastics ?
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On Thu, 2012-05-10 at 12:26 -0400, jonetsu wrote: > This is a a general audio question and perhaps a strange/funny one. > > Recently I got some Ozric Tentacles more or less relatively recent CDs > which has at times extremely low and powerful bass sounds. Caught me > off guard in the car as the car's speakers went booming. And then it > happened a few other times. Now, when I play 'regular' CDs that I used > to play before, I notice that I have to lower the bass by one notch, > compared to the usual setting, as it is more powerful than it used to > be. Or is it just some problem with my perception/eras ? Is it > possible at all that driving very low bass sounds at a fairly high > volume for small amounts of time 'flexes' some speaker membrane and > make them play bass sounds better afterwards ? Yes and you can buy some special speaker Taibo CDs from me. You should also buy my special speaker Taibo cables. Serious: What is a notch on a car hifi bass potentiometer? If speakers should suffer that easy under "audio load" they are not good speakers, even if the sound should be better now, next time it will be broken. Do you hear music much too loud with extra much too loud subwoofers? Take care not to damage you ears. You can buy new speakers and a new windshield if the bass damage them, but you can't repair your ears. - Ralf _______________________________________________ Linux-audio-user mailing list Linux-audio-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.linuxaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user