How many of the speakers mentioned so far can hit 110 dB peaks at the listening position and also be considered low distortion at that level?
AmpDesigner is right, 6" drivers ain't gonna cut it.
It was only a matter of time before someone posted this, might as well be me
Happy 4th of July everyone
Grateful Dead Wall of Sound - 1974
"...high-quality playback at six hundred feet with an acceptable sound projected for a quarter mile"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wall_of_Sound_(Grateful_Dead)The untold story of the Grateful Dead's short-lived mega PA, arguably the largest, most technologically innovative sound system ever built.https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/wnnayb/the-wall-of-sound
"On-stage Wall levels once registered around 127 decibels....The Wall emitted such a clear mix—this August 1974 recording of a Wall show in Jersey City, New Jersey, is a prime example—that it simply didn't seem loud. The fidelity was that high."
The Wall of Sound was conceived by Augustus Owsley "Bear" Stanley III, who also helped design and build it. Bear was also known as a San Francisco-based LSD chemist who's drug was famed for its purity. Bear was immortalized in the Steely Dan song "Kid Charlemagne" On the hill the stuff was laced with kerosene
But yours was kitchen clean
Everyone stopped to stare at your Technicolor motor home
Every A-frame had your number on the wall