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just blows my mind they were doing this 30 years ago.

Henry Ford once received a letter from a depression-era bank robber responsible for the deaths of several law enforcement officers, killed in their attempt to stop him as he fled the crime scene. In his letter, he thanked Mr. Ford for making his Model A Ford such a good getaway car.

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a 147 back then was a big deal.

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just blows my mind they were doing this 30 years ago.

Yeah, they had just invented the wheel way back then.

:lol:

you'd know :peepwall:

Henry Ford once received a letter from a depression-era bank robber responsible for the deaths of several law enforcement officers, killed in their attempt to stop him as he fled the crime scene. In his letter, he thanked Mr. Ford for making his Model A Ford such a good getaway car.

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WOW!!! I remember that car. When I heard it I was so impressed I almost creamed myself. Most of the Bass systems around that time were mini trucks with snug top shells and the bed was full of subs firing up. In the early 90's it used to be parked at an audio express quite often. IASCA used to still be in PHX back then and we had double point DB drags sponsored by Alice cooper.

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Finally, after so many years of "thinking" it, I've seen it!

They made a two-way system JUST for the bass!

I've always been disappointed in a woofers ability to produce a flat frequency response from say 20-100hz. (IE: Big woofers always hit the lows, smalls always hit the highs) So, I've always thought of doing big woofers in big boxes for low bass, and smaller woofers in smaller boxes for high bass, all crossed over appropriately, to achieve a much more flat frequency response. I just want nice, tight, loud high bass, with loud, forceful lows.

The lack of flat frequency response drives me to listen to whatever sounds good on the sub, and not necessarily whatever sounds good to me or my mood. I typically go for the big boxes that hit the lows, so therefore I usually go for the songs with low bass. I did have a set of three 10" MTX in a sealed box, and couldn't believe the clarity and intensity of the higher bass, and therefore drove me to listen to those types of songs, even songs of a genre I don't even listen to.

I just want the best of both worlds, and to not have to dictate the songs I listen to, to whatever sounds good on the sub. Seeing this motivates me to build my own two-way bass system and realize my dream.

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