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Old 1st March 2006, 06:20 AM   #1
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Very pretty, but why is the thread title "Valveaudio" when there isn't a valve in sight?
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Very pretty, but why is the thread title "Valveaudio" when there isn't a valve in sight?
I found out that tubes and car audio are not match made in heaven. If you put tubes inside car, in a few months the particles inside the tube (I don't know which one) is falling apart. It can be heard if you shake the tubes, something is falling inside the tube. The bigger the tube, the worse it will be.
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I believe tubes were not designed for a high vibration environment. Polo..
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