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I'm not sure I believe that.

When I said the 40s had a tendency to boom, it was no more than I had heard in the SP 100s in other set-ups, probably less. In my home, which has a large living room, I have completely eliminated the bass boom from my Spendors, and I believe I could do the same for the 40s. I recently met an owner of a high-end store who owns 40s. He said he has no problem at all with the bass using the right amplification and room placement, and he doesn't use an EQ. I have an EQ that is usually out of the circuit. I use it only to correct poorly balanced recordings, where it can do wonders.


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  • I'm not sure I believe that. - jsm 02/8/0611:21:23 02/8/06 (0)

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