If you have a ported speaker and room-boom, then it is definitely worth experimenting with stuffing the port with material. I use speaker wadding in mine and the amount of wadding used can be tuned to quite significantly vary the bass output.
I actually started experimenting using socks, and that encouraged me to go further with the idea!
I see that Paul is against the idea ...
... but I find it can work surprisingly well!
Originally Posted by Reffc
I'm a let's-just-try-it empiricist and Paul likes to get the techie stuff right!
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