For discussion and learning purposes.
Talking about (not multiple subs) the following sub designs:
dual driver sub design which have its 2 woofers dual opposed in the same cabinet; e.g. rythmik g22, kef’s new subs range
dual driver sub design that has its woofers face different directions but not opposing directions in same cabinet. e.g. Ken kreisel’s push pull, MK’s push pull, arendal
Sub design that have 3 drivers in the same cabinet (eg 1 active and 2 passive woofers). E.g. Dali P10DDS, starkesound SUB35
Besides smaller form factor for same output, what are the benefits that these designs bring compared to single bigger woofer subs on the below areas?
- bass performance
- bass coverage in the room
- seat to seat consistency for freq below 200hz
- tactile feel on the body/ particle movement
There must be some positives for the sound system brands to offer these designs.
I found this interesting article on dual opposed:
Anyone can enlighten?