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    • In looking at just my current 7" setup with the edge of the driver at the edge of the BB, vs. the big 21" wings near the back of the BB this is the plot.  Seems like a worthwhile difference to me.  I will have to start doing listening tests like that and fashion some wing extensions.   
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