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  1. Trying to "transplant" a 12" woofer, 14x8" horn (w/ 2" diaphragm) and crossover from a (oops; blasphemy ) Yamaha stage monitor into a WAF friendly box. Planning on a sealed box to keep the size to a minimum - and not concerned about "low bass" since it will be a center speaker Calculated the required volume from the T/S parameters and it's about 2.5 cuft. (Actually does not make sense since the original PORTED monitor only has a 2.0 cuft volume ) But; seems "stuffing" is required, especially since I''d like to make the box smaller Lots of reviews on polyfill, fiberglass, denim insulation and others. Of course there is NO consensus, except that fiberglass seems to be "one of the best" but of course a pain in the azz - OK; hands/arms. And ... polyfill is overrated Any suggestions or comments? Much appreciated. Cheers, Emile
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