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Syntige9903
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Home theater application
05/02/06 at 15:39:07
 
I have 2 fostex fe206e rear loaded horn enclousures that play really low notes but I would like a subwoofer application to use for really low notes below 35hz.  Has anyone used the 36 x 36 for this application, possibly for a home theater subwoofer.
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AudioNirvana
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Re: Home theater application
Reply #1 - 05/03/06 at 10:27:27
 
I think the WO32 is more suited to home theatre, and a more managable size.
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HT-EXT
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Re: Home theater application
Reply #2 - 05/03/06 at 13:15:23
 
I use the WO36(36x36) for my main sub in my HT set up. I finally ended up with Dayton HOs in it to reach the Hz I was after. The sound produce by this design is extreme. I do not have a WO32 so I am unsure which would be better. The WO36 seems to be a more forgiving design that is why I pick it, at least thats the way I understood it from the forums. With the HOs the WO peaks around 40Hz to 50Hz and at 30Hz is about -5db to -10db below the peak depending on the material used. I have yet to hook the Bass Pro to it to try and go a little lower but I am sure it will go low. The WO design (IMHO) will put out 30Hz with no problem with the correct speakers inside. Hope the info helps.    HT-EXT
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