Yea, and if that's the same site that I've seen, its a load of BS. There is one video where they play something like a 30Hz signal, but it plays loud and clear on my $50 set of crap computer speakers. That should NOT be the case with a note that low. You can definitely get a decent output of a small driver with the right enclosure, but nothing like what they claim.vaBooM said:Depends. Thats an audio figure of speech. In theory, its impossible. As the cone surface area increases, the frequency response is much lower. For instance, a 10" woofer will go much deeper than an 8", but the 8" with enough power can play just as loud.MazdaSpeed3 said:vaBooM:
Now, if you got 8"s that sounded like 10"s, would your 6.5" still sound like 8"s? and so on and so on...
There are some guys around the net that have a very special custom box they designed for two 6.5" long throw woofers that according, to people that listen to it, swear they sound like a pair of 15".
Now thats trick.