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  1. Several pointers from an old hand: 1) Subharmonic synthesis (SHS) is an effect, NOT a substitute for a subwoofer. Without a sub, a mixer likely can't hear what s\he's doing, SHS or not. 2) A small room can be driven at VLF (<~100Hz), as can a closed headphone. 3) A subwoofer driver is a different animal of driver, with Thiele-Small parameters that, in proper enclosures and within their Xmax, act larger than e.g. a normal 12in woofer. 4) When specifying a sub, mfgrs' published frequency responses such as "+\-3dB to 30Hz" are misleading. It implies 30Hz is down 6dB - 1/4 power - not an ho
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