Does anyone use the Bag End S18E-D with the INFRA integrator? This 18" cabinet can get down low (8Hz). Here's some information about it below. System Type: INFRA Sealed chamber (3 cu. ft.) Impedance: 8 Ohms Crossover Network: Requires INFRA Integrator Frequency Response: 8 Hz to 95 Hz +/-3 dB (2 pi Steradians, with 8 Hertz Integrator) Sensitivity: 96 dB SPL @ 80 Hz (1W @ 1m) Power Handling: 400 W continuous sine wave 400 W instantaneous peak A fundamentally new approach to low frequency reproduction, the INFRA employs electronic compensation to the uniform response that a sealed box loudspeaker system exhibits below its resonance frequency. The resultant frequency response can be extended well below the audible range while at the same time greatly reducing the influence of the system resonance. An INFRA system reproduces each note with precision and uniformity while maintaining a flat frequency and phase response, eliminating the tendency to emphasize the notes around resonance as in conventional bass systems. The enhanced INFRA dual integrator provides both a very flat response below resonance and the high frequency roll-off above resonance, for crossover to the midrange driver, without the use of conventional low pass filters and the delay typically introduced by them. An inherent bonus of the process requires the enclosures to be small. For example, a double 10-inch INFRA system measures only 13" x 22" x 13" (1.5 cu.ft.).