They go down to near 2.5k before they are -12db. They are very audible. Using Copper does air as "a bit rich", but there are those in that category.
Good to know, as I like 'air' through the upper mids and treble. Some recordings are so dry. It's not hard to sweeten a mix, to add a sense of air, during mastering. I've always wondered why the engineers didn't? I did.
Pretty cool all except I could only see MKPs. I use MKPs for bass shunts only.
Yea, I wondered about that too. Especially after Paul mentions that he wanted "no compromises".
The MKP is akin to the Solen/Axon. I used Axons in the bass circuit on the last pair of RS 4.5s we did. However, I used EVO Oil in the mid array. The EMIT received a Supreme S/O bypassed with a Jupiter Copper. I've attached a chance pic during the assembly process.
Good to know. Some like the MKP caps in series, as they say they sound dynamic. But, I've only used them as shunts. Axon's too. In fact, here's a shot of my AR90 crossover boards. All EVO Oil and Supremes in series, thanks to you Jeff. Oh, and I snunk in a Supreme Silver/Oil that accidentally found me! Regardless, thanks for the help with my crossovers, and the great parts. In fact, I might be sending you another order, as I'm picking up a pair of AR58s speakers this week!