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I am contemplating building a ported box (7-10 cu. ft.) using the Dayton RSS390HF-4 15" driver. Goal is to run from 20hz-300hz so the box can be used with various Oris horns than can go down to 150hz-250hz. I would really like a LF section that could cover the 20hz-300hz range.

Anybody have experience with this as a usable frequency range for this driver?

I have been using an Open Baffle and subwoofer combination to cover this range and want to consolidate.
 

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A subwoofer ordinarily creates sound from the back and front. Without a walled in area, the sound from the rear of the speaker would offset the frequencies from the front of the speaker. A subwoofer walled in area contains the frequencies at the rear of the speaker to make consistency in sound.
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