Probably. If for music only then this would be perfect for pretty much everything other than the lowest notes on a pipe organ. With movies, this would still exceed most people's expectations, but without a frequency response graph or knowing more about the slope of the low frequency drop off, it is hard to say whether or not you would feel the stomach churning low end that some movies have for earthquakes/cannon shots/depth charges and other sub killing effects. But don't let me discourage you. 99% of the general population have probably never heard 105dB with a -3 of 25 hz. It will sound good.leenorm1 said:Thanks. So if I found two subs that when used together achieve 105db at 25 hz at the -3db point that would be good?
As far as I know THX does not mandate how a company measures its speakers. The -3dB point could be in an anechoic chamber or "room loaded;" unless the specs state something like "in-room" response you really just don't know.Thanks for the info. The subs i am talking about are thx certified so I assume the measurements are more accurate?