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    Question "boxrise" & "Bose"

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    [QUOTE]Let's talk about what you can do to stop box rise. In this tech time video I talk all about box rise aka impedance rise, the difference between resistive and reactive loads, dc resistance and ac impedance and also show examples of what's going on with your subwoofer during this process.[/QUOTE]
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    Re: "boxrise" & "Bose"

    After your hearing diminishes (older people). Upper frequencies are hard to hear (grade school kids can set the upper/higher frequencies for phone alert/calls so that older teachers . . .).

    Bose appeals to a very large percentage of people !
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