So with your compensation, are you aiming for the ideal to be a flat line like it is with speakers? As opposed to the Headroom and Innerfidelity graphs that have compensation, but still need to be interpreted (they're not actually "zeroed out" with the human ear and ideal is still not flat)The reason I ask is because LFF says his T50rp's are really flat, and I've never seen an HP graph as flat as those. Other graphs would show "ideal looking dips and peaks"
Cool, is someone going into production? Do you need beta testers? :-) I drilled holes into the back of my T50rp (like I do with all my orthos) and it produced very strange effect. FR was fine, but the imaging got really wonky. not something I've experienced with any of the vintage orthos I've drilled. I think these drivers were designed to have some resistance in the enclosure behind them (small damped vent). I'll have to post pics in the big thread. But I just ordered another stock pair and I'll be doing my own thing probably with no clay or akasa.