What matters is smooth (flat) response from about 200 Hz to about 3 kHz
as heard at the ear of the operator. The laws of physics dictate that
uniformity of high frequency response is limited by diaphragm size --
the larger the speaker, the worse it sounds off axis. The speaker built
into the K3 is a nice small one, so it has pretty good off axis
response, but it faces straight up. In most shacks, the highs bounce off
of nearby surfaces to get to the listener. A front-facing loudspeaker
will have flatter response, but takes up more space on the operating desk.
73, Jim K9YC
On Sun,10/16/2016 3:02 PM, MaverickNH wrote:
So what's the verdict, High-Fidelity or HAM-Fidelity?
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