Originally Posted by Strider0O0
iunfortunately, unless we see a scanned slip of some sort, i have to assume it's b.s. ..i just didnt feel like saying anything cause it's only going to start ****, lol.
Scanned slip or not, Sk0t ( admin ) has seen part of the concert system Carvin built for my brother as well as RangerGirl/AngrySyko sitting in my garage. It has 18x18inch Full ranged dual voice coiled EVM's along with several truckloads ( Literally, takes 2 Uhauls to move it all ) of horns and top end items. Its an 8 buss 128channel system with a 2 racks of DCM4000 series Amps ( 4000WRms, no fewer then 6 amps per rack with cooling systems ) and at its LOUDEST at a soundcheck it hit +170db, clipping half the channels on the board.
"John Henry of Omaha, NE won the dB Drag Race. By winning the competition, Henry's car with its suped-up car stereo system was named the loudest in the world and won $4,000 in cash."
"72 amplifiers -- you got it, 72 -- and 36 big 16-volt batteries to put out the 130,000 watts of power needed to rumble his nine 15-inch subwoofers."
"A jumble of amps, cables and batteries was barely visible through the dirty back window. Yet it blew away its bracket partner with a thunderous 158.2. "Cosmetics aren't going to make it any louder," says Extreme competitor Frankie Valenti. "
To hit 160db, your going to need a LOT of amps, more then any Ranger will be able to carry, as well as a hell of a charging system and a PILE of batteries.
I'll take your word you hit 160db's, but physics won't back it.
"Most of the vehicles pump out between 140 -160 decibels, DeRose said. To put that in perspective, a NASA space shuttle taking off generates 180 decibels; a 747 jet, 140 decibels, he said."