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a Bass tube the size of a silo

On a farm, no one can hear you blast.
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A silo with a gigantic subwoofer mounted in the top, and ports at the bottom. When an incredible amount of electrical energy is put into the cone as a 20hz or lower sine wave, there is awesome bass.

Perfect for hoedowns.

Amishman35, Aug 02 2004

world's largest subwoofer? http://www.royaldevice.com/custom3.htm
[luecke, Oct 04 2004]


       As in a lightning bolt..?
simonj, Aug 02 2004

       ...a dragon man....   

       would it do that to a plane?
swimr, Aug 02 2004

       Be very careful. Low frequencies can have some unpleasant effects on the human body. Mass nausea may just put a damper on your party!
egbert, Aug 03 2004

       ...but he was still...   

       'At 'ere's whatcha call a ba-yund pass SIGH-LOW, pardner!   

       As a side effect, you might increase the reproductivity of some of the larger animals on the farm (whilst decreasing the fertility of the smaller ones... like us).   

       I'm torn. I like the idea, and I think this is a perfect application for the "I wonder..." technical team to test their mettle, but I really, really wouldn't want to be around for it. Also, you engineer a 48-inch, +/-.0001% distortion (192db@1Khz) sub woofer, and the SUV pimps will beat a path into your neighborhood streets. [ ]
absterge, Aug 03 2004


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