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Old 2nd January 2013, 09:32 PM   #31
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Default Real rooms with walls and reflections...!

Exactly right JM,

The elephant in the room, IS the room!
In real rooms sound waves bounce all around the room and more than fill in the theoretical "gaps" above 3.2 KHz ( 112mm centre to centre) or 1,800Hz or so with the 200mm centre of the domes.

Thanks for the compliment on my command of the English language... I have very high audio standards ( Overkill Audio is a hard act to follow!) and am very hard to please! But this little BMR can be spectacular with the right DSP, cabinet, location (on -wall) and line array configuration...I feel its worthy of my heart felt praise...!

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