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Old 18th March 2009, 08:50 PM   #1
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Default Anyone IB their House?

Looking for OB woofers, I saw that Dayton makes an IB driver. (A cone driver designed to be installed through a floor, wall, or ceiling that uses the adjoining space to create an infinite baffle. This space is typically an attic, garage, basement, or perhaps a small childs room who's too young to complain).
I have never really considered this approach except for home theater. But it could sure be a way to not have to design low bass into a speaker enclosure. The WAF factor could be high, depending upon how it was disguised. Well, it would be high until she realized it shakes the whole house. But by then it would be too late.
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Old 19th March 2009, 10:54 AM   #2
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I rember reading long ago one of the editors of The Absolute Sound used a 24" Hartley mounted in his floor. I also rember
a funny Hartley ad with the 24" woffer in the front seat of
a VW bug. With the caption " we conqured the low lands "
or something to that effect.
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