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Old 6th January 2012, 11:46 PM   #1
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I remember seeing a Meyer Sound patent for multi band sub woofers, to reduce power compression, and other good things.I know this is tremendously variable,
but can anyone take a shot at this, for COMMON types of older (cause I'm olde) rock/country lower duty cycle non-compressed music. For grins, let's assume using a high xmax 10" in a tapped horn and 6.5 to 8", vented or closed.
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