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Author Topic: What is it which makes a subwoofer "omnidirectional"?  (Read 2144 times)

Tim McCulloch

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Re: What is it which makes a subwoofer "omnidirectional"?
« Reply #60 on: May 27, 2021, 12:56:32 pm »

To update guys, we put the eaw back where it was at the middle of the back wall facing forward as normal and together with the EV Sub at the middle of the side wall, this did the trick. So yes, the "flanking" method works. I can now hear the bass more evenly [not perfect but good enough] at the usual problem spots in the room.

It's the room, not the sub.  Room dimensions and ratio.  Placement of the sub(s) is the only thing you can control short of building a new space.
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Re: What is it which makes a subwoofer "omnidirectional"?
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