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andrew scott Feb 02, 2007, 01:51am EST Report Abuse
I'm sure the speaker sounds great, and the frequency response looks good, too. But unfortunately there are many incorrect statements in this article.

If the author is happy for me to do so, I'll point these out with the intention of helping everyone here learn something.


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Sander Sassen Feb 12, 2007, 07:20pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: This article contains many incorrect statements.
Well, humor me, as with a postcount of '1' you must be the expert that'll give me the much needed 'expert advice' on how to properly design and construct a loudspeaker, yes?

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Adam Kolak Feb 12, 2007, 07:58pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: This article contains many incorrect statements.
Feel free to comment on what you think is wrong, and we will see if your right or not.

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andrew scott Feb 12, 2007, 09:56pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: This article contains many incorrect statements.

andrew scott Feb 13, 2007, 02:45am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: This article contains many incorrect statements.
One more thing that really should be pointed out is that you state the frequency response chart is flat within 2dB, but the chart appears to show about 7 or 8dB variation from 60Hz to 15KHz. The division lines are labelled in 5dB steps.

I'm sorry that my criticism is harsh, but your website is popular and professional, and you make it clear that you value accuracy of information.

Sander Sassen Feb 13, 2007, 04:43am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: This article contains many incorrect statements.

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