doctordawg wrote:Nope. Not true. Low frequencies cannot be sourced very well at all by human hearing. Wavelengths longer than the width of your head rely on volume and not phase for your brain to locate, with the "shadow" created by your noggin slightly reducing the energy to the far ear compared to the close ear. The louder the wave, the harder to source. Oversimplified, but that'd be the physics.
BTW, eighth-spacing (corner of the room) woofers will give you an 18db boost into the room if you wanna dance to this little guy.
lol, OK, well you can argue the physics all you want. But if you're going to buy a system with a 25 watt 3 inch "subwoofer" and put it in the corner thinking it's going to sound like a dance club, you may be disappointed. I think it's just going to sound like half your sound is coming from a corner of your room.