The low frequency response is Bass, not Base.

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Is this why Abbott and Costello never mentioned base/bass in their routine, "Who's on First?" because it was confusing enough as is?
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     Claims that the Army band bassist wasn't a sportsman, when in the same day he caught a bass and stole a base before returning to base, ultimately proved baseless.

     Are there any prizes awarded after all this inanity?  
    If so, I'd like to add that this Army band bassist bassically also had to go off bass to attend bassist and bassic training before he caught the bass, stole the bass  and finally returned to bass.

You're welcome,
Bass Master Timothy
I do get a bit more bass/base out of my subs when I apply a well aged Bordeaux (or a decent micro, dark beer).  
Does an accurate powerful base actually help create good tremble in the room?

Yes, it happens all of the time here, but to me it's not as annoying as the misuse of their, there and they're.

     Deep, powerful, impactful, detailed, dynamic, fast, smooth and natural bass that sounds like music heard live is like the solid foundation of a well built house.
The 'ooh' in the 'ooh la la' and the 'ooh mow mow', 
the 'wow' in the 'bow chicka bow wow',
the 'yaya' in the 'gitchi yaya dadda', 
the 'it' in 'Let it be',
the 'bang' in 'bang a gong', 
the 'shama lama' in the 'shama lama ding dong'

And the 'rhythm' in the 'get the rhythm, get the rhythm, there you go, there you effin go'.

      All this and I'm not even a bass-head, more like a high quality bass appreciator.