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View Poll Results: Use both measurements and listening?
Yes 20 95.24%
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Old 29th June 2011, 03:45 AM   #21
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I vote no!

With all the good simulation software available these day (spice, and others) why would anyone need to measure or listen? Just sim it and you're ready to go! What could be easier?

This is the 21st century, isn't it? Let's get on with it.
The answer is in my signature, Pano!
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Old 29th June 2011, 11:27 AM   #22
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Old 29th June 2011, 12:07 PM   #23
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A better question might be can it be done using ears only, not should it be. Not easily IMO.
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would also be a 'daft' question I mean, it would have very little 'reason'

but you might better ask, 'using measurements only

that might be a little less predetermined but again, I think
it would be strange to design a speaker without listening to it
Hi,

No it isn't.
Many people have no real measuring equipment above a multimeter.
It surprising how far you can get using your ears and a good test CD.

But I agree, using all means that are at your disposal seems obvious.

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