- relatively large enclosure (to maximize frequency response),
- minimal room imposition (a speaker should be heard but not seen),
- Easy to insulate (The attic site of the box doesn't stick up into the attic space. It stays relatively close to the height of the trusses)
- Allow for someone to build a custom or reference speaker design(You could also just gut a nice bookshelf speaker and place the drivers and crossover in a new enclosure like this)
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