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Old 19th October 2020, 01:42 PM   #111
AllenB is offline AllenB  Australia
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It's common to talk about phase, and interference when making these adjustments.. it is actually the resulting response, and the effect at other angles that we hear rather than the phase itself.

By the way, you are in good company here with regards to light.
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Old 19th October 2020, 09:10 PM   #112
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Thats good to know AllenB, I did go and buy a full set of replacement drivers for the speakers yesterday using the excuse that I may not be able to get them if I have a drive failure or damage. Turns out that the subterfuge was unnecessary the WAF is sufficient for me to build another set for the living room anyway... This image is the back of the 8" a little difficult to photograph but maybe you can see why I asked the preceding dumb question with regard to driver depth ,all of the drivers are similar. Whilst I don't really worry about such things, tis more to satisfy my curiosity..
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