The world is filled with noise emitting from different objects. The sound emitted can either be naturally produced or just a bunch of youngsters goofing around with their cars, blasting the volume button to the maximum disrupting neighborhood peace. If you are looking for soundproofing plans in your home thanks to noisy neighbor and his stereo set or whatever else may be driving you nuts, why not get one of the four loudest speakers available in the planet. It’s not like your neighbor is going to out-noise you with his childlike stereo set compared to these monstrous speakers listed below.
WAS 3000 by Wyle Laboratories
This incredible piece of sound engineering speaker can emit and produce sounds up to a whopping level of 165 dB. The company did not try to mask its intention and clearly stated that it was made primarily to cause noise. The speaker has an output of 30,000 watts and relies on a technique known as airstream modulation. It can push nitrogen and compressed air through various holes present in its system. This allows puffs of air to serve as a modulator. It is characterized by low-frequency noise reduction technology which is availed in big sites such as airports and military capabilities. It is used to simulate battlefield scenarios.
Matterhorn by Danley Sound Labs
The Matterhorn is an incredible speaker as it is made up of 40 drivers which help create a virtual wall of sound and produce over 40,000 watts of amplification. This is a very serious speaker. This speaker has made the most of 1,100 feet of 12 gauge cable along with 23 pounds of 0.003 welding wire. The speaker is powered by 40 amplifiers which are capable of 1000 watts each; it has its built-in generator.
9918Z by Digital Designs
This loud boy comes in a combination of subwoofer and speakers. The 18-inch subwoofer can produce sound levels up to 180.5 dB. If this isn’t enough, it is accompanied by four Stetson KD amplifiers which can deliver a total of 26,000 watts power to the speaker. The mean duo can be fitted in the car.
The 60-Inch Subwoofers
Created by David Navone, Richard Clark and Mark Eldrige, the speaker can produce sound levels up to 188 dB. This is equivalent to having more than 160, 10-inch woofers put together. The actual diameter of the woofer is 54 inches, but there’s enough room for 6 inches of speaker movement from peak to peak when used at full capacity.