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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by ken thompson, Jan 18, 2002.
When down firing subs have little more than 1"
I beleive it has more to do with the sub firing directly
into a corner or ajacent wall. Down Firing subs are firing
against a floor plane where as the side firing subs could
be firing into a corner or directly into a wall.
Positioning of Sub Equipped Towers can be rather critical
because improper positioning can boost certain frequencies
that could make the sub sound overly "boomy"
Plus you don't want the subs firing into objects like a large
RPTV where it could induce screen shake.
I run my sub equipped towers with the subs facing away from
each other and they also have rear firing ports which I keep
at least a foot or more away from the wall.