Motorcycle Sound Off

motorcycle sound off

Motorcycle Sound Off

Slamology 2018 will be featuring Bagger Beatz is a sound competition format developed specifically for motorcycles.
In a Bagger Beatz competition, contestants compete against one another to see
who has the loudest sound system. Each contestant’s score is comprised of two
components… “Peak SPL” and “Broadband Peak Average”. The Broadband Peak
Average component is new and will ensure that the contestant’s sound system is
capable of playing music across the entire musical spectrum. The average of these
two components represents the contestant’s overall score. The contestant with the
highest overall score wins.
• Peak SPL (Sound Pressure Level) is used to determine how “loud” the stereo system
can play.
• Broadband Peak Average is used to ensure the system is capable of reproducing
the entire musical spectrum. BPA is calculated from 30 individual peak-hold SPL
measurements that are centered on 1/3 octave frequencies.

In a Bagger Beatz competition, contestants compete against one another to see
who has the loudest sound system. Each contestant’s score is comprised of two
components… “Peak SPL” and “Broadband Peak Average”. The Broadband Peak
Average component is new and will ensure that the contestant’s sound system is
capable of playing music across the entire musical spectrum. The average of these
two components represents the contestant’s overall score. The contestant with the
highest overall score wins.
• Peak SPL (Sound Pressure Level) is used to determine how “loud” the stereo system
can play.
• Broadband Peak Average is used to ensure the system is capable of reproducing
the entire musical spectrum. BPA is calculated from 30 individual peak-hold SPL
measurements that are centered on 1/3 octave frequencies.

This motorcycle sound off contest will take place all weekend over in the DB Drag Racing Area on the East side of the venue. Get you motorcycle tuned up and come out and compete!  Bagger Beatz is a sound competition format developed specifically for motorcycles.

For more info on DB Drag Racing at Slamology.  Click here.

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