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  • #31
    Re: Perhaps someone can explain Voicing to me

    Originally posted by davidl View Post
    I think Lunch Money meant after using a DBT which eliminates the "eye candy" and "OMG I Spent $*** on This So It HAS to sound Better" factor :p
    Based on how often you post, and how many of them only seem to follow dBe's posts, you almost seem to meet the definition of a cyberstalker.
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    • #32
      Re: Perhaps someone can explain Voicing to me

      My experience is if a speaker sounds good in a room which is separate from where I am listening, then the voicing will be right for my ears. Without seeing the speaker helps me to focus on the sound! Probably my perception in this case will be closer to the speaker's power rersponse than on-axis or off-axis response.

      Voicing, using your hearing, ears, as opposed to looking at a frequency response curve or distortion plots on a chart.

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      • #33
        Re: Perhaps someone can explain Voicing to me

        Originally posted by Andy_G View Post
        You better not be wanting these MkIV's back !:eek: :D :D
        Heck no. I have it from FVA's mouth that the only amp that Dynaco ever made that is any good is the Stereo 70. You only think your amp sounds good.

        Dave
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