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Oh, BTW,

Posted by sser2 on March 12, 2007 at 20:05:46:

John Krutke's site (Zaph Audio) has tons of info on driver distortion. Unfortunately, none of the drivers he tested were hi eff. His objective measurements provoked ire of some manufacturers, if I remember correctly.

Manufacturers tend to publish distortion data only if there is something to brag about. I remember I was impressed by distortion figures of EV DL-12, or waterfall plots of BG Neo drivers, and indeed these drivers sounded good.