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The Bass Effect

Discussion in 'Electronic Projects Design/Ideas/Reviews' started by learning, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. RMMM

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    Yes... I almost forgot.. And your pants would fall off.

    Thanks blueroom
     
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    Oh my god ! It will be horrible condition. So I am not going in that way !
     
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  5. audioguru

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    The MTX jackhammer is a real speaker that anybody can buy.
    It is 22" and is rated for 6000W RMS continuously. It weighs 369 pounds.
    There is a video on the web of a bunch of guys trying to install it in a car. I can't remember if the windows survived.
     

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    Interesting !
     
  8. blueroomelectronics

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    The MTX jackhammer seems purposely built to make sure the youth of today go deaf at a very early age. Good thing it $12K
     
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    How much is cost about it ? What is minimum configurations require to run this mammoth ?
     
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    It is $11,999 US or about the same price as a small car.
     
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    Please tell this is correct or not ! I am serious about it ! So I can make PCB from this design ! I am waiting for your generosity !
     
  12. audioguru

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    Your second-order crossover network pcb is wired correctly but its inductors and maybe its capacitors are too small.
    Inductors with an air-core and lots of thick wire are used in good crossover networlks. Inductors with an iron core and small non-polar electrolytic capacitors are used in cheap poor quality crossover networks.
     
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    Thank you for your generosity !

    Can you tell me thickness of wire in size and good capacitor configurations ?
     
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    For your low power speakers, the wire in the inductors can be enamelled 20AWG size. The inductors in my home speakers is enamelled AWG16 size.

    Metalized film capacitors with a tolerance of 5% are expensive and pretty big. They will have a minimum voltage rating of 63V.
     
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    Thank you for dedicated infos !
     
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    This thread is closed !
     
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    I never saw anyone close his own tread before:D
     
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    I never saw anybody post 10 questions in a row! At least he cleans up after himself:)
     
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    Has anyone counted how many threads he made about his completely wrong pcb designs?
     

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