That was brilliant Clayton, really enjoyed it, very informative. I liked your comments about hearing your sister’s piano practice every morning over time and how that was a big advantage, because you now really know what a piano sounds like, and knowing that helps so much in speaker development. And your discussion of low crossover points and how important that is, as well as how high efficiency really helps make a speaker sound like live music. Well done, the whole interview.
One question, at the very end the question is asked: would a diffusor behind a Spatial Audio OB speaker be detrimental or beneficial, and your response is that it won’t affect bass but will affect treble so it’s fine and better than a blank wall. You go on to say what’s even better is low frequency absorption, a 4-inch-thick panel right behind each speaker. This was at the very end of the interview so no time to elaborate, but it would be nice to know if you already have three or more feet between speakers and the front wall, would absorption panels right behind each speaker still be recommended?