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Old 28th March 2006, 10:20   #46
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Cool. I think I will place a sub on the front seat and two on the rear sets. All my passengers can sit in the boot.
this is a realy great idea. this way you can listen to music and they can entertain themselves (ref: Skoda advert of making boot into bed).
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As lower freq takes longer to travel i thought of setting TA for subw to zero [ earlier it was 0.3ms as against 1.4ms for front R and 1.3ms for rear R].But i dont think changing it to zero from only 0.3 will make much difference.
Lower freq travel at the same speed as higher freq.

What I would do....keeping in mind the music must sound acceptable to atleast 2 if not 4 passengers.

1. switch off Sub
2. Set up levels and EQ on front and rear as best you can for front 2 seats
3. set up rear for rear passengers
4. Now add sub
5. set up front delay to integrate with sub (I do this by ear)

I usually trwvel with my 4yr old son. He is in his car seat and i am driving. We both love the same music (he can quote Queen's We will Rock you and The Beatles's Yellow Submarine amongst other songs). Why should I deny him an experience as good as mine?
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Old 28th March 2006, 18:02   #48
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Lower freq travel at the same speed as higher freq.
Really!!!!!!!! Then i stretched my knowledge bit too far.
I know all sounds travel at same speed but there is something abt lower/high freq????


Abt other settings you advised,will try on sunday.
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Really!!!!!!!! Then i stretched my knowledge bit too far.
I know all sounds travel at same speed but there is something abt lower/high freq????
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Lol dude, Navin is right. It's sound at the end of the day, irrespective of the frequency. So long as the medium is air, the waves are gonna come atcha at 340m/s.
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