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LX521, the baffle
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Old 6th May 2013, 01:47 AM   #41
dewardh is offline dewardh  United States
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Is this effect not relevant because the tweeter is just doing >7k
There's really no "dipole effect" happening at that frequency both because of the unavoidable driver spacing and beaming. The two drivers are essentially decorrelated by path length. My guess is that the extra "flair" of the baffle is to further reduce any wraparound radiation/interference. It probably does not actually matter where the rear tweeter is located . . .
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Is there any published sonogram of LX521 ?

Very keen to see
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