truth about subs?

after reading stereo mags, off and on for some 35yrs, i finally read the best explination about speaker design ever. in tas issue 189, a question from Allen Edelstein and the 3 parragraph answer. it was the reply by Alan Taffel that made the bulb go off in my head. how simple understanding design realy is? thoughts?
And the truth would be???????????????????????????????

So far it sounds pretty simple and self explanatory to me. I completly agree. Could not of have said it better myself.
What was the question again? No soap, radio?

As a wise man once said: "Only time will tell if we stand the test of time."

And when in doubt, wear a jacket.

If you don't agree with me, you probably wern't thinking the same thing as I, and that's not my fault.
I because wherever you go there you. If its real, you will need no intrductions or explainations. All will be colored by corrupt inequities of evil men all claiming to have the sole monopoly on truth, but when striped are just starving hysterical naked and are as greedy as the next guy.
Subs are easy. Very easy. Easiest thing to make. Just very expensive if you want
to build a good one.
I am not familiar with the article referred to but the truth about subs for me is that, properly integrated, a decent sub the most practical and affordable way to get very excellent full range sound into a system.