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RE: Very well


You asked for an example of where a distortion measurement matters -- and I gave it to you. And it's not a matter of simply overdriving, since it happens at fairly low output levels.

BTW, it's not a sophomore design issue -- it's a limitation of the driver type. BTW, even in three-ways the problem still surfaces if they can't cross the midrange to the tweeter high enough. But if you don't measure it, you might not know what's causing the issue.


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