from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In turpentine-making, to cut new boxes in the unused spaces of (a boxed tree).
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The mount sits 5mm from the wall, the company said, a profile that is achieved by combining a back-box wall plate with "unique mounting arms."
The subwoofer modules are entirely self-contained, and do not to rely on the wall cavity in which they reside, or a separate back-box, to deliver resonance-free, natural bass.
There is a pre-mount kit available for new construction, as well as the MDF back-box to optimize cabinet volume for the drivers and reduce acoustic bleed-through to other rooms.
Each model incorporates a fixed-phase plug and a tuned back-box rear enclosure.