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Old 10th October 2012, 10:08 PM   #11
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I like sretens's acronym expansion -- it more accuratly descibes what is trying to be accomplished, but boris' is more widely used.

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Agreed, I've always read FAST in my head as Boris' explaination, but sreten's is more descriptive.

All in favor of sreten's initialization, say aye.

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Old 11th October 2012, 06:55 AM   #12
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With sreten it can both be tweeter assisting large fullrange (15 inch), and woofer assisting small fullrange (3-5").

But with Boris it's just the woofer assisting a small fullrange. IMHO it's just another name for a 2 way speaker, so I'll stick to that name.
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A FAST is a 2-way, but generally when you say 2-way most people think midbass + tweeter with an XO 2-4 kHz -- right where the ear is most sensitive and the distance between thr 2 drivers is "large".

The XO in a FAST is where the ear is much less sensitive and where, if one pays attention, the drivers can be essentially coincedent -- ie the distance between the 2 drivers is "small".

These are fundemental differences that take a lot of the weaknesses -- the evil -- out of the XO (assuming they are done with equal amount of care & attention)

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Old 11th October 2012, 07:15 AM   #14
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It's still just a 2-way. only very few knows what a FAST speaker is, but everyone knows what a 2-way is.

2-way with low cross over point have been known for ages, with planars, ribbons and electrostatic elements. But also with conventional fullranges and Manger.
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