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I have an Infinity Entra Sub Woofer. Don't feel it has enough bass thump on it. I have enough power using a 5.1.Yamaha receiver with 150 watts per channel. What s the best placement for front facing wall or back?

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Please read the article here and also your owner manual:
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At my home, I got more bass when it is in the corner of the room.

Posted on Mar 16, 2011

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