I am aware that larger subwoofers typically have lower frequency response. Does that mean better bass?Are you wanting more bass from what your speakers already have OR add bass that your speakers can't reach? Example I have monitors that are rated to 45hz (they do go deeper than the ratings) and I wanted to blend the lowest octaves without adding to what the monitors already can do. If I set my crossover at 32hz I just add the lowest octave(s). It blends in perfect with my monitors (I can't hear where the sub is located). Now some will say cross it over at 80hz and what you will do is add to what the speakers already provide and have the lowest octave(s) BUT the lowest octave(s) will not be proportional to mid and upper bass (which tends to let you hear where the sub is located). So which scenario is better? You have to answer that.
That being said larger drivers will go sub sonic and pressurize a room better. How low do you want to go? My Rel B3 is rated to 18hz @ -6db so I can only guess it goes to approx 25hz @ 0db.