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Windows 7: How to test Sub Woofers sound qulity?

16 Dec 2010   #1
killer bee

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
How to test Sub Woofers sound qulity?

Hello Guys!
Today I'm going to buy "Sub woofer" (2.1 channel) so how do i test its sound quality?
If you have good sound testing Mp3 file Please give it me!
I get some rough idea in "" so i think its not enough.

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17 Dec 2010   #2

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit

You test speakers with your own ears.

Test recordings or test equipment won't do you any good if you don't like the sound the speakers produce and can't adjust them to your preference with tone controls or an equalizer.

People have their own preferences in what they like and won't be satisfied just because their speakers passed some test, or cost so much, look cool, or have certain bass or treble response, etc.

You can't listen to them with a piece of equipment--you have to use your ears.

You could try to do some sort of A/B comparison with another speaker system just to see which you prefer.
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17 Dec 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

I was just going to say somthing similar. Put on a good rocking song and let it rip, lol.

If I like the way it sounds, then its all good.
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17 Dec 2010   #4

Windows 7 Pro/32 Academic. Build 7600

Listen to the musucality of the sub. What you don't want is a sub that belches out monotone thumping bass with no melody. It shouldn't just sit there and rumble. It should reproduce musical bass frequencies that you can hear.
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17 Dec 2010   #5
mickey megabyte

ultimate 64 sp1

also, if you can, spend some time experimenting with the subwoofer position in your room.

move it around, and sit in your usual seat, and hear which place sounds best to you. put on some music you like, and turn up the volume!
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17 Dec 2010   #6
killer bee

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit

Thanks all of you!
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