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...behaviour varies depending on the design, so there's no single answer... They can have various drawbacks. The mechanical XO has to be carefully designed otherwise you can get obvious discontinuities in the overall response. Dispersion at higher frequencies can start to narrow significantly -depends on the size & profile of the whizzer. They can also blank off part of the main cone, so there are potential response irregularities as you move off-axis from phase etc. issues. From that, you'll gather re the 2nd question that: yes -as a result of this, some people do not like the behaviour of some drivers with whizzer cones. Exactly which of the reasons will vary from design to design, depending on its particular compromises (since all drivers are compromised to varying extents).
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