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I have heard that a round perfect circle speaker will sound better compared to an oval or a square sized speaker because it can produce sound waves more accurately. I was also told that a 6.5 inch is the perfect mid range speaker, because it is round, isn't too large, but isn't too small. Does the shape of the speaker really matter when it comes to the sound of the speaker? Would a 5 inch speaker sound better compared to a 6.5 or would a 4x10 blow them all out of the water. What do you think when it comes to speaker size and shape? What's your "perfect speaker"?
Let's say that we have a ported box that sits at 1.0ft^3 and is tuned to 40hz. The enclosure has 16in^2 of port per cube. A subwoofer x is used, and is powered by 1000w. Now, assuming this, is there any difference in having a port of 1x16, 2x8, or 4x4? They all come out to the same port area, but is any one better or worse than the other? If so, why?