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Old 10th February 2003, 08:04 AM   #1
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Question Phaseplug vs Without Phaseplug (HDS)

I seek personal opinions about the Peerless HDS 182. It comes in two versions, one with phaseplug and one without. What are the benefits and drawbacks to these versions?

I have heard positive opinions about the phaseplug ver., but it seems as I cannot disregard the graph showing the FR. It looks pretty awful in the high frequencies. Is the version with phaseplug only suitable for lower frequencies or doesn't the FR have any 'influence' on the sound in practise?

I hope you doesn't take my lack of knowledge as a negavtive thing. I'm just hoping for some opinions (objective as subjective) about the two versions.

Please enlighten me!
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