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Old 19th March 2008, 05:08 AM   #1
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How do they sound? What do you think about the bumpyness of the frequency response?

Wait ~ did you say you did the measurements in your CLOSET?

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How do they sound? What do you think about the bumpyness of the frequency response?

Wait ~ did you say you did the measurements in your CLOSET?

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Old 19th March 2008, 02:10 PM   #5
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I would say they are EVIL. This is clearly indicated by the 666Hz fs, the two obvious horns in the Burst Decay, and the fact that you had to come out of your closet to post measurements of them. Straight from hell they are.
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Clearly a sign of the apocalypse.
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lol this is hilarious. is this for real? What tweeters are they??
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Nice waterfall though...

for a 30".....
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lol this is hilarious. is this for real? What tweeters are they??
Foster speakers from Compaq notebook. 1 W each, but I guess they will be good for line arrays.
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you could show me tweeters with a 66Hz Fs but if the higher order distortion is unacceptable below 4000 Hz, they're not gonna be good.
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