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Electronically Enlarging a Room (Read 1584 times)
stone_of_tone
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Re: Electronically Enlarging a Room
Reply #15 - 07/24/13 at 00:06:37
 
Square Waves man, square waves....okay I'll leave now  ;)........
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Reply #16 - 08/09/13 at 23:20:18
 
Wasn`t crosstalk always one of those (yawn) figures on the speck sheet of cables , cartridges `n stuff that indicated leakage from one channel to the other before it reached the speakers ?
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and with diffusers sounding so beautiful the thought of lighting up a
mean one gives me goose bumps.. Roll Eyes
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