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Old 20th April 2012, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Non compromised Sub Horn question

Hello all,
I am thinking on a design of a pair of sub horns for my home system. This should be a full size (corner) horns that covers from ~25Hz to ~100Hz (as a first guess).
My question is if an arrangement where the two horn mouth are placed in the room corners and facing each other (the 2 horns are radiating one on the other) is something that makes sense?
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