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Why is floor bounce mostly ignored in commercial speakers??
Why is floor bounce mostly ignored in commercial speakers??
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Old 6th December 2019, 04:04 PM   #51
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I have heard a couple of commercial 3 ways with side firing woofers at the floor.
This immediately causes problems when the woofer starts beaming
Causes problems if woofers are too close to floor because they couple with floor sideways. And if you position higher to avoid this, obviously you lose out on the floor gain a front firing woofer wd benefit from., so they need to be fairly sensitive and probably large, needing a big cab. Then you have to cross them under 300hz minimum, so your front midrange has to include baffle step compensation

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