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Great read!!!!

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Don't all seem right to me

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Great read!!!!

Not really

exactly why I didn't

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Some of those seem a little off, well they are a little off lol. 

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hmmm, interesting...I couldn't help but notice all the grammatical errors in such a "definitave" and alledgedly "informative" article!

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i found it an interesting read even with the spelling mistakes. that said it seems that M5 gave it a thumbs down so id take its conclusions with a full shaker of salt.

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'It is also true that it tends to be more important to
emphasize subsonic frequencies in the home theater environment versus
the music environment where there is simply less emphasis on subsonic
inaudible material.'

 

Atually there are quite a few EDM genres that use infrasound, epsecially dubstep, trap and street bass. So if you're going for a sub for that kind of music you would need a good sub to reproduce those low tones. I did catch some spelling errors but I guess spelling doesn't really count if you can get the point. It's not enligh class.

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Atually there are quite a few EDM genres that use infrasound, epsecially dubstep, trap and street bass. So if you're going for a sub for that kind of music you would need a good sub to reproduce those low tones.

The article isn't worth reading, but that has something similar with your post. Those may be "genres" but they aren't of music. Really odd you joined to bump a 3 year old crap post.

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