It's very possible. Basically it scoops out a lot of the frequency.
Very much like the mixing technique you can use.
When you mix two Guitars together for example, (duplicate tracks) if you completely invert one of the Guitars, then pan one hard left and the other hard right, what you get then is an empty space in the middle of the mix, but whilst hearing the Guitars in both speakers. If you pan them both centre tho, the result is silence.
I think...not sure tho, but it's to do with the peaks and troughs of the wav.
So when one speaker is pumping out, the other one is pushing in.
Now it makes sense in my head but not sure about my explanation.