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OK - can we agree to no flame war on this thread?EnABL - give it a listen
One would think if you are buying a top notch driver, there would be no reason to muck with it, especially if it's an expensive driver under warranty. Really if the driver isn't good enough, then you've chosen the wrong driver.
I bought the second pair of Jordan's already treated and for a good price to see if the EnABL thing does anything. I was as big a doubter as there is. Still have some doubt, but heard enough that my mind has opened up on the subject.
What would really be nice, would be to see some before and after frequency response measurements.
Would be interesting for sure, but I've come to the conclusion that measurements never tell the whole story.
Do my ears care if the box is tuned to 41hz?Just sayin'.
Some more ideas.http://www.decware.com/tweak.htmhttp://www.tnt-audio.com/casse/speaktweak_e.htmlhttp://www.tnt-audio.com/casse/speaktweak2_e.html
From the Decware site:"Installing sound absorbing materials such as cork, or felt on the baffle will reduce rarefaction making it difficult to localize your speakers. This enhances sound stage topology in the stereoscopic array. Makes you speakers have a chance at disappearing when the music is on."Someone really needs to explain to him the difference between rarefaction and diffraction."Stereoscopic array" What, as in one on the right and one on the left?
I just hate it when someone says 'box' as opposed to properly calling it an enclosure.When someone says box, I think of cardboard. . . literally.
I've heard a few of Steve's products over the years, including a very early version of the Radial speaker - all of them very musical and engaging, but my yes, he does have a way of turning a phrase.
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