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I have limited floor space and the wife does not want another box in the room,, I have a nice size work shop on the other side of the right wall in my theater room and could mount the sub flush or even at an angle aimed at the main seating location,, the majority of the sub would be protruding into my work shop space,, svs pb13 will be used,,


has anyone tried this before with good performance results,,


have attached a photo of the room,,


appreciate your comments,,


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no advice on flush mounting from anyone,???


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thanks Brad,, had seen that but no results were discussed,, was hoping for some outcome,,


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thanks Brad,, had seen that but no results were discussed,, was hoping for some outcome,,


Derry

Since you would basically be turning a boxed sub into an in-wall sub, and since SVS is working on their in-wall sub, they would be the best to answer this question. The only thing you are doing is changing the width/height of the front baffle. This will have an impact on the dispersion, but it shouldn't be detrimental.
 
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