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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: Bullshit wins v. science
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"N. Thornton" wrote in message
> email@example.com (Don Klipstein) wrote in message
> > One problem here - a lot of loudspeakers have significant
> > when power and cone motion are within the ratings. The "limit of
> > linearity" for a loudspeaker may merely be some point at which
> > with increasing power, rapidly changes from significant to
> > And for woofers, this maximum power for "reasonable" linearity
> > a lot both with frequency and with enclosure design. Midranges and
> > tweeters can also have nonlinear effects varying with frequency.
> Some speakers are designed to distort, eg bass reflex units.
I second John. This is not true at all.
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