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HI I have apair of wharefdale vr400 speakers and they are not ported the problem is its like the speakers need to breath to release there full bass capacity would you recomend porting them an if so should it be front or rear thanks I can be contacted at aitkenmartin23@yahoo.co.uk

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If you think you're smarter than the engineeers, go for it. [sarcasm]

Seriously, don't do it. Find your missing bass some other way.

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