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Thread: Using a car sub for the home

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    I have win7 on bootcamp, so it shouldn't be an issue.

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    that's the way to go... the more I use mac the more I love bootcamp.

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    Agreed. I would be awesome if MS would allow virtualization of other ports and I could run it in fusion.

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    This spreadsheet works for Mac on Excel, The Subwoofer DIY Page - Ported Systems. I'm not sure how it stacks up against Unibox, but I suppose it might be of some use to someone with no other options.

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    Thanks man. I'll play with it a bit today

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    IME, it doesn't work as well as the other way around. integration is tough at best, and the range really sucked.

    Your mileage may vary. Only thing I'd use one in a home for today would be a bass shaker.

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