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Yep, but you need electronics that are a lot more sensitive than your ears in order to hear it. Lots of home stereo systems have more than 100 watts per channel of audio output these days. I'm no audiophile, but I think it's more about faithfully reproducing low frequences than about absolute ear-bleeding volume.
I doubt it would be possible (or even sane) to crank the thing up to full volume with anyone in the car. But lots of people do this sort of thing for shows etc., where people (hopefully) listen from a reasonably safe distance.
Agreed Horatio,receivers need to be sensitive.
With regard to cranking up the volume to feel the bass,this is the ear damaging bit.
But each to his\her own...Live and let live.
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