Where that cancellation typically takes place is also in the particular frequency range which helps us in our mind create the ‘image’ – a location of where the sound is coming from. In a typical bipolar with these cancellations, the image gets very washed out and indistinct.
But what happens if the listener himself
is bipolar? Does the imaging get more indistinct, or is it the most amazing listening experience ever?
Seriously, nice explanations.
So the future DSP option for the M80s and M60s simply flattens the frequency response of the speakers even more.
Maybe this has been asked before, but can the DSP algorithm be updated in the field? And can a DSP be tailored to particular room acoustics?