Re: Why do these mikes exist?
- From: poppy.uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Adrian Tuddenham)
- Date: Sat, 6 May 2006 17:50:41 +0100
Phil Allison <philallison@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The physical size of the diaphragms means that a crossed pair could not
be placed close enough together to give good phase coincidence at short
wavelengths, so the stereo image will be inaccurate at HF
** But not audibly so on speakers.
The only test that matters.
Quite audibly on speakers (unless there is something badly wrong with
Experiments to compare an experimental phase-accurate Blumlein set-up
with a crossed 'coincident'(as near as possible) pair of large diaphragm
mics have confirmed this. The Blumlein system had audibly less HF
splurge on a solo female voice.
~ Adrian Tuddenham ~
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