+tooPoor : I'm not sure about it, but I think it wouldn't negate the downfall of Sealed subs ( slightly less output and doesn't dig to the deepest octaves) but rather would even out your bass response, avoid nulls and maybe making it more simple to tune your room... I might be wrong too, but you'll assuredly get a response from the experts here.
What Sean Spamilton said =) But i wouldn't write good sealed subs off, because it depends on what you really want. I personnally sacrificed a little hz with dual sealed subs, but music was more important to me than digging a hole in the ground with low bass. Pretty sure I could indeed get 95% of the bass quality for music with a vented sub , but I prefer 100% =D
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