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Date: May 24, 2016 at 16:58:51
From: Vocaloid, [c-24-19-105-20.hsd1.wa.comcast.net]
Subject: Re: Port tuning frequency for home theater?


If you can do flat to 30 hz or so, room gain should
be enough to even out the rest, and it should cover
the bulk of the sound effects and music program of
most movies. It can be adjusted to taste (or needs
of the driver) too. But if space allows and the
driver is ok with it, maybe a little lower wouldn't
be a bad thing!

But most average to low end subwoofers from box
stores can scarcely touch that. I haven't taken any
readings, but from what little experience I've had,
they usually cut a few corners to get the subwoofer
enclosures down to a reasonable size for retail
sale.


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