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I currently have my Velodyne SPL-1000 in a corner in my room (and that's pretty much the only place I can put it so I can't play around with placement :(). Anyway, when corner loading a sub do you normally have the driver facing a wall or facing out from the wall? Should it matter?
 

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Thanks guys. I guess I'll face it outwards then and see if I notice a difference. MY only reservation is that it will be difficult to access the back controls, but oh well.
 

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 www.mkprofessional.com has a sub designed to fire into the walls of a corner called the "Backfire" design. They also have conventional enclosures that throw bass into the room from the front. Since frequencies 200Hz and below are difficult for people to localize this makes a sub omni-directional. It would not harm, performance turning the cone into the corner, or not. What it would do is increase output. Sometimes too much.
 
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