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Old 25th July 2002, 11:41 PM   #1
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Default E = m x c^2 .... Energy = mass x lightspeed squared

Anybody know
HOW TO USE this formula
in Sound reproduction techniques

I only know too little, yet

Anybody?

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Old 25th July 2002, 11:55 PM   #2
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That basically states that if you accelerate your amp to the speed of light, it's mass will increase towards infinity. I've heard this can make the low end flabby but i'm not sure
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No wonder you got banned from that other forum gromanswe.
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Lisandro_P : It's funny you say that because i tryed this and found that even though the bass is flabby, it sounds like someone had lifted a vail from the high end. Maybe something to try on a tweeter amp when bi-amping.
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Lisandro_P : It's funny you say that because i tryed this and found that even though the bass is flabby, it sounds like someone had lifted a vail from the high end. Maybe something to try on a tweeter amp when bi-amping.
The MASS of a speaker Construction is of outMOST importance!
As it have to outconter Sound Energy. So how About my theory!

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Seeing as how the frequency of light is infinetely greater than the frequency of sound and given that their respective speeds far outweigh each other I think you might want to extrapolate yourself a different theorem to play with, unless you plan to replace all your wire with fiber optics.
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There is a certain usenet hero, TJ Frazir, who hasn't yet begun to make comments on all things audio, but he could be running a school to teach others... There are some similarities in the style I think.

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...s%40webtv.net+

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Seeing as how the frequency of light is infinetely greater than the frequency of sound and given that their respective speeds far outweigh each other I think you might want to extrapolate yourself a different theorem to play with, unless you plan to replace all your wire with fiber optics.
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Frightening similarities. I guess things can always get worse.
He doesmake that soldering iron comment - which makes you wonder......
Reminds me of the mvie "Being There " with Peter Sellers
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