yours doesn't? WTF is your problem!!
go see a doctor.
or call God's tech support line and tell him you have the
ID Ten T error (write it out ID10T)
No doubt, and what I've heard from tm8838 it was a "sound" not performance.TL said:well it gets a hulluva lot colder here than it does there.. and I've never noticed anything..
lets just say BS, but anyways, up here in MTL we get alot colder then the states, and yes it does have an effect on the sound. First off, it will sound different due to the voice coils being 'too cold'. And second, cause you cant get power to the subs fast enough since the cold will severly hinder the flow of the electricity. However once your wires, amp and coils and slightly warmed up, you will actually play much louder due to the lower air density.97AltimaRaver said:ive had my system in 0 degree weather and no changes, maybe your subs suck and the rubber surroud hardened?
where did you hear this? :flipbird:rlaing said:cold will severly hinder the flow of the electricity. However once your wires, amp and coils and slightly warmed up, you will actually play much louder due to the lower air density.
And as for the above quote, any kind of rubber will get cold and move slower, thus hurting the higher frequenecy sub bass notes. The woofer will not be able to move as fast.
Uh.... I used to study this stuff. At freezing temperatures electricity will flow slower. Here is an example, ever noticed when it is really cold, how an LCD screen will refresh itself much slower, then when it is at a stable room temperature? It's because power isn't flowing fast enough. I don't know how to explain it in a technical term, since I haven't taken a course in that shit for about 5 yrs, but I studied in Digital Systems technology. Which was hardware programming. Most of my classes were on current, voltage and electricity flow.TL said:
where did you hear this? :flipbird:
cold is good for electricity.. hence the fan/heatsink on your computer.. most superconductors need to be taken down to near absolute zero to get the best efficiency..
do you have an Ohm meter? Check a lightbulb.. First when it has been off, then after it gets hot (don't burn yourself )
That has more to do with Chemistry than Elecricity.. cold temperatures slow the reactions inside the battery...rlaing said:Wait a sec. look what I found...