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Old 8th October 2012, 08:18 AM   #61
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Correct, being misstaken For Ingvar Öhman is a first for me, allthough flattering not so for him, he´s a much more renowned designer and also younger, just turned 50 i think.

We´re both bearded, mine whiter thou but he shure aint got no ponytail, after this incident i very much doubt he´ll grow one.
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Old 8th October 2012, 10:10 AM   #62
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Pony tail?

Well who knows, maybe I will grow one, if mother nature lets me...


I have not written anything here since 2009 I think, and now I'm here
only to clarify that I'm the person responsible for the engineering behind
Guruproaudio, though the the guy who came up with the name is my
colleague Erik Ring. And I like the oxymoronic touch.


Best regards, Ingvar Öhman

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PS. I'm not really bearded, I just lazy, regarding shaving too.

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Old 8th October 2012, 10:52 AM   #63
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hahahaha i love it when people pop up out of nowhere like that!
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hahahaha i love it when people pop up out of nowhere like that!
Maybe not out of nowhere.
Sweden is, populationwise, a small country. I Öhman and i know of eachother, are active on the same Swedish foras etc.

It was, actually, him that was accused of disingenuous representation with the reference to his company, naturally i informed him of this.

Trying to market Yourself or Your company using multiple forumidentities under the same firstname? I seriously doubt that its possible to find anyone, even a swede, that stupid.

I allways, everywhere on the web or elsewhere, write under my real name, that way i can allways be held accountable for what i say, i think that´s good.

I hope this matter is sorted out and closed now.
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I allways, everywhere on the web or elsewhere, write under my real name, that way i can allways be held accountable for what i say, i think that´s good..
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Old 8th October 2012, 11:07 PM   #66
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Hi,

My apologies to both Ingvars for confusing them, I should of course
checked what the searches actually hit, for the full name but I didn't.

Whatever, disingenuous is a word that I'm trying to describe what
acceptable representation is in various cultures. This thread is pure
over the top "its great" without one iota of sensible comparison.

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Old 30th November 2012, 07:59 PM   #67
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So, listened a lot to these speakers, tiny tweaks in filter, they still reside in prime position in listening/living room. I like them and i like the Morel drivers.

Needed really small speakers for the guestroom so i stepped up a bit in the Morel catalouge.

Tiny boxes like this, a guestroom must have space for guests too, doesn´t work otherwise, needs good drivers.

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They ended up ridicuosly tiny, actually closer to headphones than speakers.

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Put a lot of time in portdesign, seems it paid of, first measurement, 35cm on axis of hf unit, 1m above the floor, practically no wallsupport, 60 squaremeter room, played just a few hours.

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over the top "its great" without one iota of sensible comparison.

rgds, sreten.
While your edge is perhaps overzealous, describing the speakers of topic the way they have been is obviously excessive. A reasonably flat response isn't sufficient, but it IS necessary. a 10dB broadband midrange dip.... No thanks! If they sound very dynamic, that's wonderful, but cap and coil is only good as a starting point, for a true 2 way. Fullrange and supertweeter can sound good though, but that's not what this design is.
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A bit uncertain about where You find this broad 10dB dip in the midrange?
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Probbaly the (what I thought was in room) response in post 3. 10 db I think is pushing it though as in total the graph is showing about +- 12 db from lowest to highest. which would be a lot less without the rising response after about 5K

Have you done any gated measurements ingvar? my experience with the morels would indicate that the gated response should be pretty smooth, even with just a cap and a coil.

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