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Woofer-in-a-box to go with Songstix Monsoon panel?
Woofer-in-a-box to go with Songstix Monsoon panel?
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Old 8th January 2007, 10:26 PM   #1
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Default Woofer-in-a-box to go with Songstix Monsoon panel?

I have a pair of Monsoon panels. I'd like to make a pair of speakers for a small room, preferably with bass extension through 50hz.

I figure I'll mount the Monsoon in a an extended lucite baffle, but woofers obviously don't do so well OB. Should I go for horn-loading, a transmission line, or simply a box? And, assuming I have a budget of "as close to free as I can get", which woofer should I use?
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