GREAT PERIOD DUESENBERG PHOTO

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25 Aug 2022 22:38 #45894 by johnmereness
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22 Sep 2022 17:56 #46019 by David T. McDonald
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Therefore, it is possible to create a speaker that functions and behaves really well in a real environment if you are a skilled designer and want to do so. You have the ability to design how the sound should be in order for it to be "correct." Accuracy in this context refers to a frequency response that remains constant even if the direction from which the sound is coming changes. Speakers with poor performance provide a response that is unpredictable as the angle varies. These poor reflections, when combined with the sound that is coming from the source directly, tint the sound that you perceive overall .
It is believed that this was the starting point for what is now known as the LEDE (Live-end, Dead-End) room paradigm and the heavy focus on removing harsh reflections from the recording environment. They did have an issue that needed to be fixed, but rather of correcting the problem (the speaker), they assumed the room was the one that needed to be fixed. We have, thankfully, gone a long way in the last three decades, which is the time period during which these models were produced. We now know how to construct far better speakers that are not flawed in this manner.

Therefore, give some attention to the speaker. Do you appreciate the sound of it from the middle to the high frequencies? If this is not the case, it is time to switch to a new speaker. Do not start mounting objects on the wall in the vain hope that this would improve the sound quality. It is quite unlikely to be, and it would cost you money to correct something that would be more effectively addressed at the source, which is the speaker.

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