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#682 - 12/27/01 06:50 AM Midrange/highs comparing M80 vs. M60
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Ian does the M80Ti have a large midrange response over the M60Ti? And I assume a larger "highs/vocal" response do to the added tweeter. What is your take on the comparison of the two speakers.......THANKS



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#683 - 12/27/01 06:06 PM Re: Midrange/highs comparing M80 vs. M60
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Actually the mid and high response from the M60s and M80s is relatively similar. The advantages to the dual mid bass woofers and dual tweeters is in the output capabilities.

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#684 - 12/28/01 06:42 AM Re: Midrange/highs comparing M80 vs. M60
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so the output doesn't make it sound like there is more mids and highs you would be hearing? It just means the speakers can be louder......?



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#685 - 01/01/02 08:16 AM Re: Midrange/highs comparing M80 vs. M60
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This is correct. Both the M60 and M80 are designed for the most linear amplitude response possible and this means the balance is the same for both. The M80 however will show better dynamics at higher volume levels and have a higher overall output capability.

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