AVS Special Member
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Southern Sweden
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 493 Post(s)
Well, not counting that I don't know much about horns... but you want the element (or horn opening, if the element is internal) as close to the boundaries as possible so the first reflexes off them are constructive over the subs operating range. Typically within 2 feet. So no arguments about that from here.
(I would be cornerloading all of mine if I had the height for it, so I will have to have two mid front as well. They are triangular, so the baffel will actually be the corner.)
From your drawing I can't say that any other corner than the selected one would do better.
In general I don't recommend any less than two subwoofers, preferrably four, but given the cost limitations I understand that that is out of the question. You will get more peaks and valleys in your bass response (and differing between the seats) than you would from having four overlaying radiation patterns from several points of origin, but hopefully you'll be content the same.