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Old 3rd May 2009, 02:04 AM   #1
JLC7 is offline JLC7  United States
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Default low frequency room response - front vs. rear ported

I've noticed that all my front ported speakers, be it bookshelf or floorstander have similar bass nulls due to room response while my rear ported speakers are perfectly fine.

Do some rooms just respond better to front vs. rear porting?
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