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Old 30th January 2019
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by yeky83 View Post
More relevant to the current subject, "near field" listening is an issue with speakers with significant driver displacement due to 1)the angular separation between drivers enabling the ear-brain to localize individual frequency bands and 2)off-axis positioning of the listener to one or more drivers.
Interesting, would it be correct to assume that the same issues drive this? IE a function of center to center distance vs crossover frequency? I would think if the drivers were closer together, or the crossover frequency was lower, it would be more difficult to localize each driver...