Thanks. I'm not seeing things in the fashion I see the waterfall. For me, the waterfall is more definitive like a geomap tells you what the terrain, miles ahead of you, is going be. Ya can't get lost with a geomap in hand.
I'm not being critical of you or the spectrogram, I see the colors but not the well defined intensity boundaries of the waterfall. The waterfall is labeled waterfall decay and shows me what I'm needing to know regarding the speed of the decay. The spectrograph doesn't show me this. If it does, I'm lost.
What's a "group delay" that you're posting about regarding the spectrograph? I see the raised tail, but haven't a clue what I should take from this phenomenon. What is the raised tail trying to tell me?
All I can take away from the spectrograph is, by comparison, the PB12-NSD is very focused or tight in nature...
...and has a lot more energy than say the Epik, Empire. Looks like the PB12-NSD has no trouble breaking the 20Hz barrier.
Irrespective, I do see learning to read the spectrograph to be a good thing for both energy output and where the energy decay takes place. I'm use to 3D plots as opposed to spectrographs.
The spectrograph for the Paradigm shows it has more focused energy but has some weak spots alone the way; 45-50Hz.
The Paradigm's energy digs way deeper and consists of six 10" woofers but costs $9k. For me, that's way too much for that last little bit of focused energy but if I were a rich guy, I'd buy four of them.
The more I familiarize myself with the spectrograph and what they're showing me, all these graphs are doing is making me want to hurry up and buy a pair of the PB12-NSD subs, all that much more.
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 9/7/12 at 8:25pm