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    Off/on axis

    Removable Phase Plug for smooth, flat frequency response even off-axis. Remove the phase plug and replace it with either a straight or angled tweeter mounting post to transform the SR6500 into the absolute best coaxial speaker on the planet.

    Please explain I'm so confused. I think the SLC's I ordered are off-axis but what does this mean?



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    Re: Off/on axis

    So I should not point the SLC's at my ears? And what exactly is the difference between the two?



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    Re: Off/on axis

    It's just marketing hype to sell speakers...

    "Even if you install them in a trash can, our speakers are slicker than whale poop on an iceberg". Get it?!

    I'm willing to bet all the best sounding speakers have good off-axis response... so, just let your ears be the judge.




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