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Old 20th November 2004, 05:18 AM   #31
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In my experience it only takes a 2db raise in the treble/midrange to push the difference between 'bright' and 'normal'....

That generally agrees with my experience. Wrt perceptible 'distortion', my listening experience has led me to be a fan of esoterica such as underhung vc's & the use of alnico magnets that have better BH curve linearity and less susceptibility to flux modulation from vc back emf's than ferrite (as long as they're not overpowered - something that is much less likely with underhung vc's, btw) , although JBL has partly compensated for that in their ferrite magnet offerings with shorting rings and symmetrically saturated gaps.
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