Russian Girl Checks Out Her Man`s Sound System

Submitted by: Squrlz4Sale 4 years ago Misc

Do you hear something odd? Something unpleasant? A preponderance of bass, perhaps?
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Male 14,330
Congratz your car sounds like it`s farting!
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Male 261
Yes exactly... 30PSI spread over a larger area does not equal the same amount of damage.

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Male 2,988
there gets to a point when more bass is just pooty and not awesome. and a lot of ghetto people pass that point. the rattling on their trunk as they pass by doesn`t help either.
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Male 6,227
@Angilion: Angilion, I think it`s time you got a real avatar and stopped using the default one, don`t you?

~for some reason, Squrlz has appointed himself Avatar Monitor~
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Male 12,365
[quote]Your argument is basically telling me you believe a 14" tire with 30PSI of air has the same amount of air as a 28" tire with 30PSI.[/quote]

No, it`s basically telling you that 30PSI is 30PSI. Which should be obvious, really. 30PSI might be 60lbs over 2 square inches or 15 pounds over half a square inch, but it`s still 30PSI and it will do 30PSI`s worth of damage to something.
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Male 261
You can believe what you want.

Just because you can easily google something to find a DB level that causes hearing loss means nothing.

The studies that have been done to show our ears are less sensitive to lower frequencies. Therefore, if your ears are less sensitive to lower frequency, a 35Hz frequency is less sensitive than a 15,000Hz frequency. So if both are producing the same DB and you are less sensitive to one... which one does more damage?

You cannot make up fake general information.

Your argument is basically telling me you believe a 14" tire with 30PSI of air has the same amount of air as a 28" tire with 30PSI.
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Male 519
A decibel is the measure of the pressure created by the sound. A decibel is a decibel is a decibel, whether its made at 20hz or 20,000hz. Higher frequency sounds just require less energy to produce the same decibels. They all have the same damage capacity.
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Male 10,339
Phantom: Actually, no. It does not work like that.

Hearing loss begins @120dB, period. Look it up my friend.
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Male 510
bass is a lower energy level than high frequncy tones, not to mention the human ears natural roll off of low frequencies, so actually, es, we can handle bass much better than high frequency tones
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Male 500
Ah the beauty of the slavic genes..
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Male 10,339
Bullpoo.

It`s DECIBELS that kill your ears, regardless of frequency.
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Male 145
Hey Phantom,
No one gives a poo. Besides you, obviously.

If you want one posted, then submit it!
I mean, with your GRAND knowledge on the subject, you MUST have a "...car tuned below 35hz hitting 160+db."
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Male 117
Surely a high amplitude of low pitched sound damages the ears ability to hear low pitched sounds and vise versa for a high amplitude of high pitched sound?
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Male 261
Probably a lot less than you think...

Bass does a lot less damage to your ears than listening to ear plugs or headphones. Highs are the poo that kills your ears... the lows do not.

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Male 261
System sucks.

Mirror does not even vibrate.

This car is tuned so high so the meter reads high.. but there is barely any vibration.

Only gays tune their poo above 35 and this is probably tuned above 45hz. This poo maybe hits 135db... that`s sony xplod quality. $100 on craigslist anyone could do this.

More impressive when you see it done by car tuned below 35hz hitting 160+db.

Please post one with a car tuned
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Male 51
Imagine what that`s doing to her ear drums.
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Male 11,740
Girlfriend or hooker?
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Male 6,227
Link: Russian Girl Checks Out Her Man`s Sound System [Rate Link] - Do you hear something odd? Something unpleasant? A preponderance of bass, perhaps?
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