Discussion in 'Music' started by Wintw, Sep 19, 2019.
Only old farts on this board
We drive off the young in’s
Louder? Ha, you kids don't know loud. I have 6 foot tall speakers powered by 3,000 watts in an 18 foot room. Can hit 130 dB. Makes a live concert seem tame.
The Wife has been trying to wean me off of high decibel music since we met 30 years ago.
I swear to God she cant hear me from across the room when I speak to her but let my music get to a "comfortable"level and she starts bitching!!!
Thank God I retired years before she did or she would be appalled at what I put the neighbors through when she's at work.
What people don't understand is that it takes POWER to reproduce even acoustic music. Everything from fleeting transients to the impact in your chest when an orchestra strikes together. Not to mention deep pedal notes on a pipe organ.
Then there is the teeth-loosening bass of Emerson Lake and Palmer . . .
Lol, Deplorable Yankee...that was awesome...as well as you all's other responses! Oh, Jesus Christ! JOSweetHeart! Are you o.k.?! Are you lost?! Do your parents know about you being on here?! Do I need to report you?! Should someone document what you have done?! Will you be o.k.?!
I have a bunch of BOSE stuff that rocks beyond what the Wife knows about.
It thumps when you crank it up....and she's not around.
Big, deep belly laugh. When my wife rides with me and I crank the engine, the radio blares to life. In her sweet Southern voice, she comments, "There's been a deaf man driving this truck." Love that woman. When I drive home to our suburban neighborhood, she hears my music from behind closed doors and through my closed truck windows. Rock and Roll is to be felt and heard. Like a hammer blow.
Ever been to a NASCAR race?
48. But I’ve been here since my 20s probably.
WE ARE NOT WORTHY!
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