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Answer: ONE!

Unfortunately for me, I have 7 of there here tonight for my daughters B-Day party sleepover!

I pulled out my sound pressure meter and showed the 100Db+ spikes to my oldest daughter. "SEE! They are MUCH louder than what I usually play my music at!"

BTW: Major kudos to my eldest daughter for leading the group in dancing lessons. I just heard Justin Beiber on MY system!!!!!!! Nooooooo!!!!!!!

My wife just told me that my daughter also placed long strips of tape on the floor to mark off the NO DANCE zone near my speakers. Man I LOVE that kid!
 

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The harder they dance, the sooner they sleep. :brainiac:
 

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Is there something inherent in a pair of x chromosomes that causes young ladies of this approximate age to squeal at approximately the frequency of fingernails on a chalkboard and approximately at the volume of air raid sirens? :saywhat:
 

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Is there something inherent in a pair of x chromosomes that causes young ladies of this approximate age to squeal at approximately the frequency of fingernails on a chalkboard and approximately at the volume of air raid sirens? :saywhat:
Indeed there is...

Well, I survived, accept for that ringing in my ears. :crazy:

Now I'm off to take Bemi to her 1st cheerleading camp. So, I am not yet done with the squeeling, but at least it will be at lower frequecies. ;-)
 

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Remember that you started the kids off right with knowing all about the in and outs of audio. Don't forget the db's are part of audio. :).
Take care and glad to hear things are going well,
Roy

PS. Say Hi to the family
 
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