In your opinion, which of the following methods is the best way to obtain powerful, well-defined low bass in a typical listening room?

In your opinion, which of the following methods is the best way to obtain powerful, well-defined low bass in a typical listening room?
A good pair of full-range loudspeakers
31% (79 votes)
Satellite minimonitors with self-powered subwoofer
4% (10 votes)
Minimonitors with externally powered subwoofer
3% (8 votes)
Full-range speakers with subwoofer
19% (49 votes)
Minimonitors with twin subwoofers
2% (6 votes)
Multiple subwoofers
2% (6 votes)
Electronic crossover with multiple amplifiers, including subwoofer
7% (17 votes)
Electronic equalization (bass boost) applied to full-range speakers
1% (2 votes)
A listening room with optimum dimensions for good bass
6% (15 votes)
Some combination of the above (explain)
20% (51 votes)
Other (explain)
4% (11 votes)
Total votes: 254

A continuation of last week's discussion of low bass. Many audiophiles agree that powerful, well-defined low bass is desirable, but they have many opinions about how to get it.

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