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Old 23rd October 2012, 05:02 PM   #281
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Old 23rd October 2012, 08:18 PM   #282
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I would be interested to know if the same effect happens if you set up the speakers in a different listening environment, e.g. differently shaped room and/or with a different amount of adsorbing material. My guess is that the room is reflecting some energy back to your listening position that generates a comb filtering type effect and this generates an ambience effect, giving the illusion that the soundfield is high.

Room response can be very, very influential on the sound of a loudspeaker!

Try it and report back please!

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Room does have an influence. Lower flat ceilings 9 - 10 feet do not provoke the effect. The effect was clearly present in a room with a 20ft flat ceiling and also in a room with steeply sloping eaves as in a bungalow. The effect is not psychological and was simultaneously witnessed by many people not all being in the optimal listening position. If it was comb filtering the high ceiling would have had less. The image was extremely stable and did not wander unless stereo was panned. In this case the the image formed an arc between the speakers.
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Old 7th December 2012, 01:56 PM   #283
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(opamps) Who would use them for an active crossover in the 21st century, except as input and output buffers?
Yer right! We want to use discretes
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Old 12th August 2014, 11:01 AM   #284
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The book is very well written and provides essential information on the subject. Have read articles by R. Elliott and the book by Mr. Self completes the picture on active XO nicely. Thanks a lot for the comprehensive work !
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