Mysterious Waterfalls: What can it all mean to audiophiles in speaker design?
Mino Christante was a fly on the wall as well as a fly in the ointment at Shunyata Research, as technical assistant for Caelin Gabriel for fifteen years. Now, Mino visits with Luke Zitterkopf of Aluminous Audio and discusses what spectral analysis waterfall graphs have to do with musical enjoyment in speaker system design. Mino distributes the Gravitas System worldwide.
Luke and Mino explore 'musical enjoyment' as an actual factor that could be used in engineering speaker design. If you like what you hear, please subscribe. To learn more, visit Aluminous Audio.
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