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Remember loudness control? (That button all the mainstream receivers had in the 70's.) It compensated for the ear's loss of sensitivity to frequency extremes at lower sound pressure levels.
yes Tyson,, that's the best bass in any speaker I can imagine. Unless your talking way out there stuff. Rich boy 1% people. But even your speaks are getting up there. I really need to hear a pair of those. Is the top end like Maggie's ? I once had 3.6's,,,,, they were pretty dam nice ,, no bass compared to yours.
Right now I am playing Rock music at avg 65dB 'C' weighted with Radio Shack meter (just checked)The main thing IMO is listening to lower levels a the time.Music is full, and complete..If you usually play loud, then turn it down.. Well yeah it DOES SUCK. Because your ears are just not used to it, and because there is a time it takes to get over loud, for any ears.... Couple of hours? Anyway, listen at low levels and the music is LOUD!!!!! If crank it up to 80dB (opera arias only!!) it is blasting...PS I own Magnepan 20.7 speakers... I have not played loud since in my 30's// I am now 70.
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