The enclosure is a 20” cube or about 3 cu.ft. net. 2 JBLs are going on the L & R sides of the cube and the sub will be placed at a 45 angle wrt the corner to “load” the JBLs equally. I’m leaning towards the PR
/SLAPS firing into the corner for somewhat similar loading between the active and passive drivers, all facing the wall/boundary/ies. However the SLAPS facing into the room would look cool too with those massive surrounds. Plus I think I would get better performance SPL/FR with the SLAPS facing the corner. Pros/cons of doing this? Comments please.
It’s sort of a stealth sub from furniture, not sure how 3 of these stacked in a corner will still be stealth 😊
, it has a nicer real wood framed front so I have to decide where I’m going to cut a hole for the PR
/SLAPS and just can’t turn it 180 later on because if I cut the hole on the nice side and it turns out the FR is better with the PR
facing the corner then I’d have the uglier looking back side for the furniture facing into the room. I have 5 of these, so 3 will be stacked in the front corner and 2 will be along the side walls as stands for the side surrounds directly to the sides of the MLP. The matching dresser 72x20x20 with 6 JBLs + 3 SLAPS will be a VNF right behind the MLP.
Has anyone played around firing a port/PR
or even the active driver into a corner and taken measurements? I know there’s been a lot of discussion about this through the years but I didn’t really see any comparisons with graphs (pls. point me to them if I missed em).