Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by CodsterTX, Apr 6, 2006.
mine bottom out
that extension isnt all that low
my sub can handle it, it shows a bit of stress if i take it beyond my normal listening level but its overpowered anyway
Yes. Without a problem
hmmm maybe mp3 takes away the subsonic frequency's
mp3s dont pull out frequencies
easily sounds good too, RA in the dorm told me to turn it down lol
201kbs.....wait this isn't OTAH. I don't know yet but I'll try tomorrow. I already have a surround seperated from the basket, why not rip it to shit!!!
edit: just listened to it on winmedia, shouldn't be a problem.
are you guys listening to it on you Car Stereo or PC Speakers?
Because my Car Subwoofers bottom out but my PC Speakers dont. Thats with the real CD anyways. I dont have an MP3 player for my car.
im using PC speakers, i dont have a system in the G ride yet
heres another good one. i ripped it in wma lossless too.
my sub (singular) can handle it fine but I can't turn it up much or it might annoy the neighbors given that it's 1:25 AM. I can hear it trying to attack some of the much lower notes, particularly in the second song but without turning it up a bit more it just isn't allowing itself quite enough power to hit them on time and convincingly.
I'll listen again tomorrow at or above normal listening levels
didn't have any trouble on my pc speakers. i have 3 year old altec lansing ATP-3 2.1 speakers. i love them. they handle everything at the level i want
Depending on the sampling rate they do.
But it's the highs that get left out, not the lows.
it says file not found
In in hopes that someone reloads these.
Those aren't particularily good computer speakers, let alone speakers in general...you're probably missing alot, or just aren't playing it loud at all....
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