Originally Posted by CptSpig
You win I give up... at least if I have a technical question I know where to go for the best answers. Hey, can I have my installers and sound engineers contact you with questions?
If you have a position to defend, then by all means present a cogent argument. I've been wrong before and will be again, I'm quite certain. All I'm saying is:
Speaker A: 8" woofer with 92? dB sensitivity, horn loaded compression driver.
Speaker B: 10" or dual 10" woofers with 95-98 dB sensitivity, horn loaded compression driver.
Without ridiculously abysmal drivers, which speaker will have greater clean output capably above 80 Hz?
A great 8" can certainly keep up with a good 10", all else being equal. But not when the 8" is designed to extend lower and gives up sensitivity to do so.
Refute this with a reasonable argument. Its not an insult to you, or your speakers. Some speakers will play louder and cleaner than others, depending on design. What's the big deal?