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Old 2nd December 2017, 03:26 AM   #1
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Default Subwoofer damage to LED TV?

Hi all,
Building a sub with 4 JBL GT5 10" drivers in a quarter wave tuned pipe 23 db with Outlaw 5x300 watt amp. My 65" tv has a few small horizontal lines and I am worried that my sub might shake the tv and damage it. Wife will kick me outa da house! NE1 have any experience or thoughts?
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Move the tv to another room. Get the jump on her first , then crank that bass wayyyy up! Muahahaha
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