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“Even when listening on axis, more than 50 % of what you hear is indirect sound”Hi Rudolf50% I know off-axis response is important, but didn’t feel it could be that much ~ without ever seeing a figure. Where did you see or calculate that figure? Would it be a little room dependent, ie with closer side walls, that figure would it be higher?
So is it the reflections reaching our ears within 30 ms, integrated (into our listening) added to the direct fraction, that dominates our hearing impression?
I recently got Toole's book, and will try to find time to read it (500 pp)
I didnt know the extent to which off axis was *so critical -
In fact I thought that "beaming" of a 15” say 500 – 1500 Hz, means less room interaction, so would be a *Plus . . ?
"That's what a 15” dipole would deliver up to ~ 500 Hz"Is there a reference and/ or formula for this?
Up to what Hz, would we get constant directivity from - a 8" dipole - a 6.5" dipole
When looking at results in the Edge, what constitutes CD – what dB gap between 0, and 30 and 45 degrees?
What are the prospects currently, of your site being translated into English?
I have changed my "business model", moving from HTML to a series of PDFs. First PDF is a 14 page treatise on OB response patterns. Today I finished the translation of page 7. Hopefully it will be online by the mid of next week. Soccer world championship tends to get in the way. If we win against Britain, there are more games to watch. If we loose, I refuse to speak/write English for the next few days
I have changed my "business model", moving from HTML to a series of PDFs. First PDF is a 14 page treatise on OB response patterns. Today I finished the translation of page 7. Hopefully it will be online by the mid of next week.
Ah, can you explain how to make the angled response in Edge? Maybe there's a new version out?
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