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Does anyone else think compression drivers sound bad?
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Old Today, 06:38 PM   #111
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...Cause at iso spl level, I don't understand where the game is played. I mean, the recordings have a dynamic window both technologies are able to play at normal home levels....

I think its played within the room, and the polar is the culprit, spl at your location is a sum of direct and indirect energy, the ratio of this sum, results in certain characteristics we perceive....thats my latest theory at least lol.....

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Old Today, 07:07 PM   #112
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Yeah. It's only fair to compare with as similar as directivity as possible.
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