Has anyone attempted this or is there any prior art for it? I’m unable to use the Airmotiv E2 as surrounds due to some room and layout constraints and I specifically need a monopole speaker that isn’t angled, so the A1 doesn’t work, either. My thought was to maybe put the Vaulta into an enclosure and hang it on the wall. I know nothing about designing enclosures, nor do I know where to begin to figure this out, but I thought it couldn’t hurt to ask just in case someone else already started going down this path.
You'll just need to measure the T/S parameters of the woofer and then design an appropriate enclosure based on them. The DATS system from Parts Express would do the trick. Or, if you're not concerned about squeezing every bit of low frequency capability out of the woofer, use a 30-35 liter (1-1.25 cuft) sealed enclosure and it will be fine.
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