What is SPL in a subwoofer?

    1. SPL stands for sound pressure level and is a metric that defines how loud a speaker is.
    2. SPL is an aspect of a speaker’s wattage which refers to the cumulative power output a speaker has.
    3. The sound pressure level is also understood as a speaker’s measure of efficiency and sensitivity.
    4. A higher SPL means a louder speaker and is applicable in both subwoofers and tweeter speakers.
    5. In concert, for example, sound pressure levels can go to over 1oo decibels (dB).



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