View Full Version : ok...wierd question
01-14-2000, 07:39 AM
I don't know why I was thinking about this, but I was. I don't even know if I understand what I'm talking about or not,but...
Would it be possible to have subs on different planes with one in front of the other by such distance that the top of the rear wave hit the bottom of the front speakers' wave and cancelled out? like out of phase wiring...
I can't remember the formula to figure out wavelength, but I don't think a full wave of a sub-bass frequency (lets say 80Hz down) would fit into a vehicle. Out of a vehicle, yes this could happen. You may experience some sort of cancellation in the vehicle, depends on the placement, and the frequency.
01-14-2000, 09:20 PM
Is not the foumula for speakers facing each other this
Speed of sound (1132 ft per sec) Divided by
distancs between the speakers Equal to the
Full wave Intergerence (Hz)
Now that is facing each other and in respect to each other they are out of phase so buy gust a guest use 1/2 the distance when they are in phase to each other? to get the full wave interference freq. How dose that sound.
I think to ansure your question yes always with this set up but at what freq will it be? And most defenetly be only at the one spot.
What do you techies think sound good?
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