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September 4, 2019

When you mention distortion and audio in the same sentence, it generally invokes thoughts of electric guitars or speakers cranked so loud the bass gets fuzzy. But distortion in speakers is really a pretty in-depth topic, not only because there are several different typ...

February 19, 2019

One of the forums I browse recently had a question come up and I didn’t realize how confusing it was to most people until then. The was regarding whether plugging a port could damage a speaker. Many manufacturers have been including plugs of some kind for their speaker...

September 14, 2018

Baffle step and diffraction are two very important concepts to understand in speaker design. Most people who are in to performance audio have probably heard the terms before, but if you don’t really understand what they are or how they affect a speaker, this article is...

February 26, 2018

What’s the difference between a 2-way and a 2.5-way or a 2-way and a 3-way? This is a question that I’ve seen come up with a lot speaker buyers online, so this article will cover what the difference is and what the benefits of each are.

Let’s start with some basics. An...

February 7, 2018

This topic is sure to cause a lot of debate among readers. Everyone tends to have their own favorite tracks that they like to use and I’ve often found that tracks someone else is using to test a speaker gives me no insight whatsoever into how it performs. That’s not to...

January 2, 2018

Let’s be honest, passive radiators add a whole lot more to the cost of a system than a standard port, even though they both work on the same principles. Now, you might hear some say that a passive radiator system acts more like a sealed box, but that is an audio myth. ...

November 22, 2017

I’ve found over the years that house curves are something that are almost as universally misinterpreted as the Fletcher-Munson curves. The biggest problem is that things like this tend to get oversimplified and then someone latches on to one aspect without fully unders...