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Date: October 31, 2016 at 19:23:43
From: Raymond, [ip72-220-39-65.sd.sd.cox.net]
Subject: Re: Q2: What is TIGHT bass?


Damping factor (the higher the more effective) is a
very important figure to consider when looking for a
"tight" bass speaker - and yet when you look a the
specs nowadays, it is completely omitted (perhaps
intentionally). Damping prevents the cone from
reverberating after reproducing the signal it
receives thus eliminating resonance. A tight bass
does exactly that. reproduce the thump without the
added resonance at the end. You could compare it to
the shock absorber in vehicles.
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