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jaberwocky6669 13th June 2007 01:03 PM

Zero hertz
 
Is there such a frequency as zero hertz?

Hartono 13th June 2007 01:08 PM

Hi,

that would be equivalent of DC

Hartono

SY 13th June 2007 01:17 PM

In reality, no. As a theoretical construct, sure, like Hartono said, DC.

jaberwocky6669 13th June 2007 01:30 PM

I seem to recall something about as frequency decreases it approaches DC. So a speaker could never produce a zero hertz. It would just remain still and not produce sound and possibly burn out?

Keruskerfuerst 13th June 2007 01:34 PM

DC is "deadly" for a loudspeaker, since it just heats the coil.

darkfenriz 13th June 2007 01:35 PM

approx. 1003 hPa

sdclc126 13th June 2007 01:41 PM

Zero means no cone/diaphragm movement, so there is no "frequency" - "zero" and "hertz" are by definition mutually exclusive.

jaberwocky6669 13th June 2007 01:42 PM

pretty awesome stuff,...

not sure what 1000 hpa means but anyway

Sonusthree 13th June 2007 01:45 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by jaberwocky6669
.. not sure what 1000 hpa means but anyway
D.C. puts loudspeakers under pressure?

Sorry .... bad joke ..... I hang my head in shame.

darkfenriz 13th June 2007 01:45 PM

atmosferic pressure, the "DC" for all music, which is AC


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