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Old 24th October 2005, 10:38 AM   #1
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Default Understanding Waterfall Plots

Can someone explain to me in simple terms or point me in the right direction about reading & understanding waterfall plots.

What are the elements that consitute a good plot verses a poor one?

What are the differences one should someone look for in the plots for woofers and for tweeters?

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