What we know about the measurement:
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- Quality of the measurement data is medium.
- Origin of the data is ASR.
- Format of the data is generated by a Klippel NFS .
- -3dB (resp. -6db) point v.s. reference is at 42.5Hz (resp. 38.1Hz).
- Reference level is normalised to 0.6dB computed over the frequency range [300.0Hz, 5000.0Hz].
- Frequency deviation is 5.2dB over the same frequency range.
- Directivity
- Horizontal directivity is (-50.0°, 50.0°) between 1kHz and 10kHz. Angle computed for +/-6dB.
- Vertical directivity is (-60.0°, 60.0°) between 1kHz and 10kHz. Angle computed for +/-6dB.
- Tonality (Preference) Score
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 2.96
and would be 4.77 with a
perfect subwoofer.
- Details: NBD: ON 0.804, LW 0.681, SP 0.671, PIR 0.655; SM: SP0.633, PIR0.452; LFQ 0.569, LFX 38Hz
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 5.25
with an EQ and would be 6.91 with a
perfect subwoofer and the same EQ.
- Details: NBD: ON 0.584, LW 0.431, SP 0.457, PIR 0.376; SM: SP0.868, PIR0.781; LFQ 0.569, LFX 35Hz
- Tonality (Preference) Score is 2.96
and would be 4.77 with a
perfect subwoofer.
- Link to Original review.
- Note: ...performed over 700 measurement which resulted in error rate of less than 1% below about 7 kHz. Above that the error shot way up due to me setting the reference axis to the woofer center, not the tweeter. This severely disadvantaged the NFS system in computing the sound field as the tweeter took over more of the duty. I picked the woofer because I incorrectly assumed this was a mono speaker and dual tweeters were used for some kind of spatial effect....