Tell me if you understand the Nyne NH-6500 Tower Speaker

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  1. admin Audioholics Robot Staff Member

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    We have some questionable thoughts on the Nyne NH-6500 Home Audio Tower. Has anyone heard or seen this speaker? Got an opinion?

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    This is what we thought of the Nyne NH-6500 Speaker
  2. shadyJ Audioholic Ninja

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    I wonder if the sound stage would be improved be arranging a dipole or bipole configuration. Just aim those tweeters and mids away from each other at different angle and maybe at least there will be some separation.
  3. haraldo Audioholic Spartan

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    The ears and human brain interprets the directional information using a combination of phase difference, loudness difference, and quality difference between the sounds received by the 2 ears, implied by the shadow and diffraction effects of the head and to the differences in the angle subtended by the ear openings; All this according to an exceedingly complex algorithm that we probably not yet understand fully, at least I don't... Maybe some of you guys do?

    From a physical point f view, thinking about localization of the left/right sound sources; I don't understand how it then can be possible to provide angular, lateral and depth localization without the speakers being far apart; Maybe the above understates the suggestion some loudspeaker producers advice(For instance Audio Physic), that for best stereo perspective: use the long wall and speakers quite far apart.

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