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In Reply to: RE: best recording to show off Maggie lightning fast bass ? posted by Davey on November 11, 2021 at 14:06:06
I'm talking about the transducer's energy storage as well.
The ringing of the resonant sections is used for acoustic equalization.
The drivers are designed to ring as much as possible.
I think we're in a chicken-or-the-egg discussion here. I know you know how this works, but your description might be confusing for some inmates, regarding the "ringing."
Do you design the transducer for the inherent equalization the baffle provides? Or the other way around? :)
Have you ever noticed that when you tap the resonant sections they play a musical scale?
That, I assume, is to prevent pitch shift. Which raises two other questions.
If the diaphragm tension changes over the years, does that put the speaker out of tune?
And if you play something a bit off key, do the resonant sections pitch shift it back into key like Autotune? :-)
My speakers have the E A D G B E tuning. I guess I will need to attach my guitar tuner and see if they've adopted an alternate tuning.
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