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Old September 27th, 2019, 3:57 PM
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More of a matter of saving the work to cut a hole in the wall. My thinking is that the response really may not differ too much by moving the sub towards the front a bit versus placing it in the back right corner. Stacking or placing them next to each other is also a decent alternative to placing each in the back right or left corner. Your room is fairly symmetrical so it may be similar in response as well. The VTF-3 Mk2 should be perfectly fine in the cubby. I recommend keeping a 3-4 inches of space in the back of the sub in order to allow for the air to move through from the ports. You'll probably need that anyway because of the cables.
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