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Old 09-01-2011, 10:47 AM
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so i have a little one on the way , and ive been working on my ole' ladys system for a while now . but im hesitant to put the subs in her car for fear i may hurt my unborn child .. so as my title says , can bass really hurt my wife and unborn child ? the system is nothing too crazy , 3Krms and a couple 15's in a trunk car . what do you guys think ? i know when my mother was pregnant with me she was attending many concerts , and even stood in Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Earthquake Zone" wich was a 3 wall area with amps/cabs about 40 feet tall .. and i turned out fine well accept for my addiction to stupid loud music
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just dont put her stomach in the port, thats cheating.
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I would assume anything under about 155db (disregarding any enormous flex on the seat causing stomach vibration) would be safe.

Vibration is going to be your enemy here, not necessarily sound or pressure.
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I don't think anyone can definitively answer that question.

My concern would not be defects. My concern would be premature water breakage.

Feel free to experiment and let us know.


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so i have a little one on the way , and ive been working on my ole' ladys system for a while now . but im hesitant to put the subs in her car for fear i may hurt my unborn child .. so as my title says , can bass really hurt my wife and unborn child ? the system is nothing too crazy , 3Krms and a couple 15's in a trunk car . what do you guys think ? i know when my mother was pregnant with me she was attending many concerts , and even stood in Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Earthquake Zone" wich was a 3 wall area with amps/cabs about 40 feet tall .. and i turned out fine well accept for my addiction to stupid loud music
This thread proves that your last sentence is false, and that yes, that sort of loud music can harm a baby.

Seriously, "only" 3kW? Have you never heard of shaken baby syndrome? You think that 3kW in a little ass car isn't going to vibrate and shake the ever loving shit out of everything in the car?

You've got a kid on the way time to grow up and make responsible decisions. Instead of doing this system, sell the audio stuff and buy her an SUV rather than some little deathtrap car. If you're gonna have a kid, you gotta learn to put them first, and not do stupid things.
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This thread proves that your last sentence is false, and that yes, that sort of loud music can harm a baby.

Seriously, "only" 3kW? Have you never heard of shaken baby syndrome? You think that 3kW in a little ass car isn't going to vibrate and shake the ever loving shit out of everything in the car?

You've got a kid on the way time to grow up and make responsible decisions. Instead of doing this system, sell the audio stuff and buy her an SUV rather than some little deathtrap car. If you're gonna have a kid, you gotta learn to put them first, and not do stupid things.
'Most' radios come with this awesome thing called a volume knob. When my boy rides with me, he hardly knows what those huge squares where the back seat used to be even do.

It's like having a 500hp car. You won't get any tickets or endanger passengers if you always go the speed limit.
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Have you never heard of Shaken Baby Syndrome?
I have..

and it has NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS THREAD.

just sayin'

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'Most' radios come with this awesome thing called a volume knob. When my boy rides with me, he hardly knows what those huge squares where the back seat used to be even do.

It's like having a 500hp car. You won't get any tickets or endanger passengers if you always go the speed limit.
Your kid isn't inside of you 24/7 for a few months, and then with you at almost all times for at least a few months after that. Big difference between mommy's car and daddy's car.
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I have..

and it has NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS THREAD.

just sayin'

Bass doesn't shake things? 3kW of bass even? The mirrors moving and panels flexing is just imagination?

Babies are incredibly fragile things. If you're really, really concerned, why not speak to your prenatal doctor about it and let us know what they say.
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I don't think anyone can definitively answer that question.

My concern would not be defects. My concern would be premature water breakage.

Feel free to experiment and let us know.


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side note;
my real concern is the SPL after the child is born.
Hearing damage can not be repaired.
This. In the event of a natural disaster (earthquake, etc.), pregnant women have been known to self-abort. It's probably a bad idea to have that much vibration/resonance going on.
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