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The Science Behind KEF's Vented Tweeter



You've heard us proudly extol the virtues of our vented tweeter, but here's an in-depth discussion of what exactly a vented tweeter is and why your ears deserve them.

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No illustrations of the subject discussed in the blog entry? I've seen "exploded views" of various Uni-Q drivers, so it would be nice to add those to better explain the concept you're trying to explain.

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