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Old 1st November 2011, 08:14 PM   #991
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You got to imagine what edge gives you added to what the driver does without the baffle. Still no bass, but upper bass / low mids gain a lot.
Is there any way to sort of... Add the two curves and see the final result?
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Difficult. YouŽd need a maths or graphics program to do that. Or write one yourself - an Excel sheet perhaps? (donŽt look at me. No way. )
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I'm good at math but not good enough to add two curves like that. I'm no programmer (not yet) and i know nothing about Excel :P
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Do it by hand then. Print the driverŽs response curve. In Edge, click on "File" and "Export Response". Somewhere in your PC (under "Documents) youŽll see at which frequencies and how many dB above the old curve the new one is to be drawn.
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Do it by hand then. Print the driverŽs response curve. In Edge, click on "File" and "Export Response". Somewhere in your PC (under "Documents) youŽll see at which frequencies and how many dB above the old curve the new one is to be drawn.
I think i'll skip that one and wait for Dave to tell us what the Mar-Kel70T is
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Old 2nd November 2011, 08:35 AM   #996
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There will actually be 3 versions of the T for the EL70. The tall & narrow version will look like this but 1,44 times as tall.

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I was actually planning on incorporating a woofer, such as in the EL166 MLTL...
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Time After Time with Jeni Fleming Acoustic Trio

Sounds lovely! The song also shows that the Mar-Kel70 does bass very well
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Time After Time with Jeni Fleming Acoustic Trio

Sounds lovely! The song also shows that the Mar-Kel70 does bass very well


for an interesting change of pace, and surprising test of imaging (quantity, location and "bandwidth" of back up vocals) - even with the EL70s, you could definitely benefit from a woofer such as the EL166

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a lot of spiritual flavor to the gutsy, greasy blues, as well as a couple of surprisingly delicate ballads
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for an interesting change of pace, and surprising test of imaging (quantity, location and "bandwidth" of back up vocals) - even with the EL70s, you could definitely benefit from a woofer such as the EL166

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a lot of spiritual flavor to the gutsy, greasy blues, as well as a couple of surprisingly delicate ballads
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