Originally Posted by DS-21
As I wrote in the thread from which you took my words (I assume the picture is simply a distorted view of the measurement I posted, but I don't care enough to check), the SMS-1 was only used as a measurement device. Its outputs were not corrected to the subs.
And given that you couldn't even understand those words, there's no use further talking about this stuff with you for me.
Enjoy your cheap subs, obsolete processor, and crappy sold-by-a-criminal-and-hacked-to-further-incompetence mains. It can thrust at you 3x per second, and that's obviously all that you care about.
You name-call all you want, fella, but if you aim it at me, expect a response. You post like a child and have nothing to say while you put others down for not being you. I've had enough of it and if you want to throw stones then run and hide, fine, that's to be expected, but I prefer to see this new standard you've derived from hero-worship for what it is, golden-ear descriptives notwithstanding.
You mentioned some bull snot about a 250 Hz crossover. My response, without your supposedly high tech smoothing EQ and SMS smoothing graph, is flatter than yours at 200 Hz by magnitudes. Distorted (which is what you posted, not me) response graph or not, it looks to be taking a nose dive at 200 Hz, even when smoothed by the crude SMS measurement system, and you call it tuneful, on time, blah, blah (talk about silly nonsense).
Bring that little toy on over and we'll invite a few guests and ask them which sounds more tuneful, if we can get them to understand what the heck that means.
No one here uses a 250 Hz crossover. No one here ever will. Flat to 20 Hz at 85dB is elementary and not worth a discussion in this forum. What's irrelevant is your interpretations of the format requirements and your taste in music.
Post the data. I know you have none, so get it. Put together a measurement rig that isn't laughable, set up the methodology, run the tests and post the data here. Otherwise, you're only contributing pink noise.
I want "tuneful" and "better time integration" and "people who care about music reproduction" exhaustively explained, objectively, and how it relates to a bandwidth-limited subwoofer crossed at 250 Hz vs a full bandwidth subwoofer crossed at 80 Hz. Put up or shut up.