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  • #46
    For a $100 pair, that's exceptionally good. And there must be some peace of mind knowing that you DID in fact put it together correctly. :-D

    If it's too bright for you, it's too bright, and that's okay. Some people prefer a slight axial downward tilt and waveguide or no waveguide, some rooms just exaggerate some speakers. At the end of the day, there's no shame in using a bit of EQ or treble control.

    It's definitely worth looking into your mic situation, though. I don't know if your Y axis is calibrated, but if you're truly measuring at ~55dB, more drive level is likely warranted.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Dirk View Post
      For a $100 pair, that's exceptionally good. And there must be some peace of mind knowing that you DID in fact put it together correctly. :-D

      If it's too bright for you, it's too bright, and that's okay. Some people prefer a slight axial downward tilt and waveguide or no waveguide, some rooms just exaggerate some speakers. At the end of the day, there's no shame in using a bit of EQ or treble control.

      It's definitely worth looking into your mic situation, though. I don't know if your Y axis is calibrated, but if you're truly measuring at ~55dB, more drive level is likely warranted.
      None of my measurements are ever SPL calibrated. These guys are $150 now though, not quite $100. Still great performance for the cost for sure. I will say my preference generally lean towards the harman in room curve, that sounds the most natural to me.

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