There is a video somewhere that Charles Sprinkle was talking about instantaneous power compression. The woofer in the 4367 has this low TCR wire which avoids that. The JBL 4312E has the same design. (not later generations).Thanks for this wise and realistic comment. I'm just trying to figure out technically WHY The 4367 sounds like it does and how I can find other speakers that have the same type of sound.
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On the Lansing Heritage, people have said that the 4367 sounded better than the M2. It shouldn’t. But it was thought that the narrower dispersion horn might actually reduce interaction with the room that the person was listening to.