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Adding passives will decrease the output of the sub and it does not address model room issues. It will make your amp in turn work harder, and lower the tune of the enclosure. Decreasing the output above the tune will add more dips/peaks to deal with. That is my non pro answer, but I hope that I am at least close to making since. Not the speaker educated type.
 

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Do you mean passive radiators? If so, they act as ports with greater mass.

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A / in my posting is short for with, but can sometimes mean or. It's easier than to type with or not with a driver and motor. In this case I wasn't sure which one was being discussed earlier and thought maybe a passive radiator was meant, but I was reffering to a passive. I wasn't sure exactly what a passive radiator was so thanks. :T Where is the pick of the passive radiators? They are the same thing? Ones I have seen looked flat without a cone. :scratch:
 
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