MemberSeptember 27, 2021 at 7:19 pm
i wonder if speaker sound can replicate engine sound and to what extent, with sound chambers and variable valves and the such (somewhat like to yamaha treatment of lexus LFA and LC500 v8). many say even the latest attempts to do so fail and sound shitty almost all the time. but some are rather ok with it.
there was a exhuast kit that tried to modify a inline 4 sounds so it sounded like different engines of the same displacement (v8 i6 v10 etc). too bad i forgor the name, not sure how accurate the emulation was. it used both mechanical valve and chamber manipulation of engine noise as well as speakers toghther.
<font face=”inherit”> i wonder how it would work with freepiston concept (both electric drive version and the gas pressure version, maybe in combination), there is no combustion revving momentum b/c combustion doesnt need fuel injection to stay in momentum as much for effeincy. and then theres toyota planning to combust hydrogen even in production car (no joke). </font>
a twist on traditonal hydrogen drivetrain: <font face=”inherit” style=”background-color: transparent; font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit; letter-spacing: 0px;”>theres also “e fuel” of volkswagen (“p</font>orsche<font face=”inherit” style=”background-color: transparent; font-family: inherit; font-size: inherit; letter-spacing: 0px;”>”) and others. and theres that electric drive “solid state hydrogen laser cassete” thing sandy munroe was talking about on “e is for electric” youtub channel. and theres that goopy play-dough form of hydrogen fuel too that i forgot the name of.</font>