Thats not much help Mr. Anderson. haha the Matrix is getting to me kinda. :T
I apologize... I was trying to say that I was stumped myself...even frustrated. Check it again, I edited to explain why. My apologies!Thats not much help Mr. Anderson. haha the Matrix is getting to me kinda. :T
Yes, I had tried that one also, but had pretty much the same results with the bottoming out around 40hz thing. So, I opted to trying the 10hz HPF also.Actually I recommended this setting for the HPF
There is NO WAY my dad would let me get another of these. :crying: He was already displeased that I got this one. But music is my life. :bigsmile:I think it's time for you to post a video of Bass I love you...:R
Mike and Dan have it right. Turn it down a notch and start funding for the 2nd one. It's a big 18 but even those have limits. For the 11th time... Are you sure that you are't clipping the amp at all? I know... this is about the 3rd time I've asked you this...:sarcastic: Try removing any and all EQ (not the HPF).
interesting. I've always assumed velocity was a factor of Vd and frequency. Same excursion, higher frequency, more velocity. But I keep getting told no, and I thought I played with plots and it confirmed that it should stay constant.According to WinISD, it does. With the tuning at 20hz, the port velocity is at 34m/s at 18hz, and with the 14.66hz tuning, it peaks just under 24m/s at 13hz.