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    Hello,

    Referring to this thread:

    http://techtalk.parts-express.com/fo...ments-rfl-3way

    I have conducted a number of measurements and simulations, using the method stated by Dave Ralph, and has come up with some fairly strange results.


    If I flip the polarity of the tweeter and pulls it forward abt 8 mm, I get a very accurate similarity between measured (Black) and simulated (Red) curves for the combined output from mid and tweeter.

    (I get the same result if I flip the woofer polarity and pushes it back 8 mm!)


    What is this? The good part (if any) is the extreme tracking between the curves, but I cannot generate that by just pushin/pulling the drivers forward och backward

    Regards//lasse



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