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Old 5th February 2008, 11:08   #76
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I heard the JBL 1204s are not SQ subs but purely yanky SPL subs.
Who said so ?

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I heard the JBL 1204s are not SQ subs but purely yanky SPL subs.
I don't know what yanky is,lol. But this statement isn't true.
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Sorry , I spelt yankee as yanky! Maybe panky had got something to do with it.
When I was looking to pick up a JBL sub for my car, I was interested in the 1204D or 1202D.
I prefer tight bass and apparently,the 1202D doesnt deliver tight bass.
Hence, i took it that it is an SPL sub.
Pls correct me,gurus.
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I prefer tight bass and apparently,the 1202D doesnt deliver tight bass.
Hence, i took it that it is an SPL sub.
I do not mean to say this about the JBL sub in concern (which I think is fairly good), but generally if a subwoofer does not play tight bass, it does not automatically become an SPL sub. An SPL sub is something that can go very loud, whether tight or not.
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I do not mean to say this about the JBL sub in concern (which I think is fairly good), but generally if a subwoofer does not play tight bass, it does not automatically become an SPL sub. An SPL sub is something that can go very loud, whether tight or not.
Add to this the placement of the sub and the enclosure also plays a major role how the sub will play.
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I heard the JBL 1204s are not SQ subs but purely yanky SPL subs.
nope i'd listened to one 1204 in a sealed box and it goes pretty well SQ wise.

and waise bhi, oyyeee I LIKE SPLLL. so no worries bro !!
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So is the confusion cleared ?? or still hanging on.
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So is the confusion cleared ?? or still hanging on.
kahan door hui confusion?
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kahan door hui confusion?
Come down to Freedabad and I will give you Butter chicken after that everything will be clean and clearer.
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Sorry , I spelt yankee as yanky! Maybe panky had got something to do with it.
When I was looking to pick up a JBL sub for my car, I was interested in the 1204D or 1202D.
I prefer tight bass and apparently,the 1202D doesnt deliver tight bass.
Hence, i took it that it is an SPL sub.
Pls correct me,gurus.
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I do not mean to say this about the JBL sub in concern (which I think is fairly good), but generally if a subwoofer does not play tight bass, it does not automatically become an SPL sub. An SPL sub is something that can go very loud, whether tight or not.
nitrous has been upto some hanky panky last weekend & that shows.

I think he meant boomy.
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