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difference between hi-bass and low profile speaker 2 weeks 4 days ago #83958

  • Danielbs80
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I installed the hi-bass speaker and was wondering if there is a sound difference between that one and the other low profile speaker that is only 2 watts. I've been experimenting with different sound fonts and it seems like the sounds installed sound different than the examples on youtube videos. It may be due to the speaker not being inside a hilt when I test it out but was also wondering if the speaker itself produces a deeper sound than the other one.
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difference between hi-bass and low profile speaker 2 weeks 4 days ago #83959

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I know that the speaker not being inside a hilt does have a dramatic impact on how it sounds.

Here's a link from TCSS where he shows the difference between the two speakers as well as how they sound different without a space to resonate. I think the sound demos start around the 13 minute mark.



I for one prefer the hi-bass just for the richer low notes.
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