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In the Forum: Audio For Dummies ™
In the Thread: Do not pursue full-range without being ready.
Post Subject: Yes, I am very much sure.Posted by Romy the Cat on: 3/10/2007


I am not quite sure what you are trying to say. I did not say that I don't hear above 12KHz and I did not say that there is no sound beyond 60Hz and 12KHz. What I did say that if a given playback/room/conditions has difficulties to reproduce below 60Hz and beyond 12KHz (most of the playbacks) then there is no relay need to pursuit to the dangers frequency zones. What I said was even further: there is a LOT of room to learn and improved how a playback might perform within 60Hz and 12KHz (and particularly in context of ANY two-ways installation). If 60Hz and 12KHz is done properly (very seldom accordance in hi-fi) then it is a good staring point to extend playback sound to more complicated regions up and down.

That was what I said and I said was pretty much expressed an axiom (as most that I post in me “Audio for Dummies” section). Considering your Monolith+D76 experience I would dentally suggest to you that there is much more room for you to discovery the undiscovered yet WITHIN my axiom then to argue about the axiom’s validity.

Romy the Cat

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