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Genelec S360 Review (Studio Monitor)

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BDE

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Just take a look at the patents:


 
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Thanks for the links. Thinking from there, the ports might not be straight-walled at the inside. However, if this was all they did, I would not expect such a higly surpressed resonance. Sadly, the patent is not giving away much.
 

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ok. we have discussed this before. this is a meassurement at the opening. the resonances are probably produced by the enclosure, not the port per se. on the other hand nobody seams to be certain. but it could be tested
I do not fully understand. The magnitude of the measurable resonance that is going through the port is dependent on a number of factors. KEF did a nice job illustrating this in their LS50 whitepaper, p. 16
 

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