It's nearly impossible to get an accurate water fall plot on a line source. The distance required to take an accurate measurement includes a floor reflection. So the time window, even if gated, is too long.
I have some of the Super Mini though. It is super clean.
See some measurements here: https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=164376.0
Thanks Danny, but I would still like to see the waterfall of the Neo10/3 line sources in an actual listening room, not an anechoic chamber.
I posted my waterfalls of my line sources in my listening room and the floor/ceiling issue was never raised when they were posted.
Nobody that I know plays their gear in an anechoic chamber and most people understand that as reality. It is, what it is and the room (for better or worse) is a part of our playback system so let's see what they look like in a real listening room. Feel free to add all the room related information (e.g. dimensions) and caveats you deem necessary so readers know it is NOT an anechoic chamber.
FWIW, Here are my GR/Rythmik H-Frame OB/Dipole subs and Magnepan 20.1's again in my listening room which is by no means an anechoic chamber. The vertical axis shows about 50dB of decay. The room has an 8' ceiling, 14' 3" wide with an open back that has 3 different depths and a right back corner that opens into the rest of the house. Left wall is all 6' tall glass windows and the right wall is drywall. Not the ideal listening room, but it is, what it is.