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    Re: Erin's Audio Corner (my new site/YouTube page)

    Bohlender Graebener Neo10 Planar Transducer is up.

    Klif's notes: Very non-linear frequency response. Odd things in the unit-to-unit consistency with regards to the distortion. I know people have used them and liked them... I don't see it.* Maybe there's a legit use for them that I'm just not aware of like line arrays (as the marketing indicates). Either way, I can't recommend them for 'standard' speaker applications based on what I'm seeing here.

    https://www.erinsaudiocorner.com/driveunits/bg_neo10/


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    Scanspeak 10F/8414G10 Discovery 4 inch Fullrange

    Cliff's: Really good fullrange driver. Nice on/off-axis response linearity with the apparent breakup pushed out to ~16khz. A mild rise in output on the top end (to help combat the otherwise falling response off-axis) that could be easily flattened via DSP with a shelf filter if one were so inclined. Great usability above 300-500hz for higher output (to help overcome the mid-80's sensitivity). Truly an impressive driver for only $73/each (as of this writing).

    If needing to use this as a midrange, though, I'd still recommend the actual 4-ohm midrange version of this driver if for no other reason than to gain back the sensitivity this one loses thanks to its fullrange purpose.

    https://www.erinsaudiocorner.com/dri...g10_fullrange/






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    AudioFrog GB40 Midrange Review

    Cliffs: Very low distortion. Nice usable range from 200/300hz to 3khz (low end depending on output; 200hz shouldn't be an issue for most, though but 300hz is easily doable for really high output-minded folks).

    Link here:
    https://www.erinsaudiocorner.com/dri...udiofrog_gb40/

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