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How loud does my JAM5 get in a chamber?Updated 7 months ago

The JAM5 is a powerful speaker that is designed to deliver high-quality sound, but many users may wonder just how loud it can get in a given space. Specifically, customers may ask about the loudness of the JAM5 when it is placed in a chamber.

When placed in a chamber, the JAM5 is capable of producing a maximum sound pressure level (SPL) of 85 dBSPL at a distance of 1 meter. This means that at a distance of 1 meter, the JAM5 can produce sound up to 85 decibels, which is quite loud and is suitable for a wide range of uses.

To give users an idea of what 85 dBSPL sounds like, it is similar in volume to a lawnmower or a hairdryer. It is important to note that different environments may affect the loudness of the JAM5, as factors like background noise, room size, and surface materials can impact sound levels.

For those looking to optimize the sound quality of their JAM5 in a chamber, it is recommended to place the speaker on a stable, flat surface to ensure optimal sound projection. Additionally, users may want to experiment with different placements in the chamber to find the spot that provides the best sound quality for their specific needs.

In conclusion, the JAM5 can produce a maximum SPL of 85 dBSPL when placed in a chamber at a distance of 1 meter. While this is quite loud, it is important to take into account environmental factors that can impact sound levels. By following best practices for placement and experimenting with different setups, users can get the most out of their JAM5 speaker in a chamber.

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