Cycles per second

Jewels

Tilts at Tables
More commonly now know as Hz.
I stole this to illustrate something,,,
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One cycle, specified event, is measured 1 second in time which equals 1 Hz. As the CWNA mentioned, "alternating current is defined as a single change from up to down to up, or as a change from positive, to negative to positive"

Example 2 - (5) Cycles

Five cycles, specified events, measured 1 second in time which equals 5 Hz.

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We are dealing with simple math - 1 and 5 cycles per second. Imagine for a moment 2,400,000,000 / 5,000,000,000 billion cycles in 1 second. Thats a lot of cycles, eh ? That is the number of cycles 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz (WiFi) uses to transport data from one radio over the air to another radio."

And that , my friends, is why you don't register wiifi as sound. You cant think that fast

I like waves coming in 20-55 Hz. They are more fun. There is higher spl around 130 hz , but I like the nut buzzers.
Carpet worms
Brown notes
The devils chords

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you plugged a driver directly into the wall mains?
Is predictable.
60 cycles per second right? I know that note well.
Is it possible?
Yes
Volts x amps is watts.
Square the voltage over resistance.
????
You can plug an 8 ohm sub directly into the wall, provided it can eat about 1600 watts.
If you would like to try this at 2 ohms- prepare yourself for a 6000 watt explosion.
 

.Smoke

In Bloom
More commonly now know as Hz.
I stole this to illustrate something,,,
,,,



One cycle, specified event, is measured 1 second in time which equals 1 Hz. As the CWNA mentioned, "alternating current is defined as a single change from up to down to up, or as a change from positive, to negative to positive"

Example 2 - (5) Cycles

Five cycles, specified events, measured 1 second in time which equals 5 Hz.

aruba.image.1.png


We are dealing with simple math - 1 and 5 cycles per second. Imagine for a moment 2,400,000,000 / 5,000,000,000 billion cycles in 1 second. Thats a lot of cycles, eh ? That is the number of cycles 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz (WiFi) uses to transport data from one radio over the air to another radio."

And that , my friends, is why you don't register wiifi as sound. You cant think that fast

I like waves coming in 20-55 Hz. They are more fun. There is higher spl around 130 hz , but I like the nut buzzers.
Carpet worms
Brown notes
The devils chords

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you plugged a driver directly into the wall mains?
Is predictable.
60 cycles per second right? I know that note well.
Is it possible?
Yes
Volts x amps is watts.
Square the voltage over resistance.
????
You can plug an 8 ohm sub directly into the wall, provided it can eat about 1600 watts.
If you would like to try this at 2 ohms- prepare yourself for a 6000 watt explosion.
If you like that kinda stuff, you would love my old job as an electronic warfare systems specialist in the air force.

All ya need is about $250k in equipment and you can have a lot of fun....and see the inside of a federal prison too... :)
 

Jewels

Tilts at Tables
With a wide frequency response also comes a lot of garbage My stereo ‘chuffing’ this morning , so I decided to investigate
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Chuffing is noise produced by the ports. It happens when air volume exceeds effective parameters.
The vents are farting. I can hear it. The frequency is beyond audible range.
I count 15 cycles per second. That wave is about 75 feet long.
Would you like to hear it ?
Stop listening to music on your phone.
The waves are on the first 10 seconds of this track. On your phone it will be dead air. Phones light up around 130 hz. This song has more background symphonics than a presidential debate. It absolutely saturates the ears.
Turn off subsonic filter and tickle with this one.
 

jaguarlax

Tactical Gardener
Staff member
Moderator
interesting stuff... I have recently gotten into incorporating different frequencies into my meditations... its so wild how much of an effect sound waves can have on the human brain... heres one that I particularly like...

 
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