That's because, all too often, a reviewer's choice of words is influenced by the amount of advertising the manufacturer has purchased from the publisher. Or other considerations ("gifts").
"Consideration" is afforded by many amatuer
reviewers, as well , for special treatment. Welcome to stealth advertising.
Kevlar and carbon fiber typically have sort of bite in the upper midrange, as can metal, but the difference is that metal has an ultra clean sound with just a hint of "steeliness" or ringing, but it's a narrow resonance typically. The Kevlar/carbon fiber has more of a light on its feet sound but with a harmonic edge that is spread over a wider area and lends a bright, lively sound that seems more detailed than it is. Almost like a shhhhh sound a bit, whereas metal/ceramic is more sharply defined on instruments. Poly has a warmer sound typically that is very well controlled and damped. Paper literally sounds like a bit of cardboard with a more muted sound. Soft dome tweeters definitely have a "shhhh" sound rather than a "diiiing" on cymbals.
I'm sorry, but that seems like the regurgitated pablum that passes for fact around here. There is some truth in most bias and generalizations, AND
I too see those nuggets in what you are saying because those descriptions function, semi-well , as gross generalizations that add to the net parrots vocabulary.
I'm also pretty darn sure I could tell you what the midrange and tweeter are made from, at least most of the time.
He was asking about drawing graphs , which is a bit differant than what you are implying, but I'm going to have to say that you'd need to prove what you are saying, because I'd be surprised.
Maybe you could, but I am not willing to accept it based on your word Joel.
but I would be willing to bet that some "pros" are less trained to hear flaws than I am. With that said, it's not an easy task to train yourself (or even be trained) to listen for flaws that the general population wouldn't ever note as a flaw. John, if you actually can do what you say you can - impressive.
Everyone needs to check themselves before jumping off this bridge....blind.
.....but don't really try to sell anything here.
You either DO or you DON'T.....NO really