ZMF Blackwood Measurements

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  1. purr1n

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    ZMF Blackwood Measurements And Subjective Impressions

    By request and for comparison with Omni.

    ZMF Blackwood Frequency Response, L and R
    Blackwood R FR.png
    Blackwood L FR.png

    ZMF Blackwood CSD, L and R
    Blackwood L.jpg
    Blackwood R.jpg

    ZMF Blackwood Distortion in Percentage, L and R
    Blackwood L HD.jpg
    Blackwood R HD.jpg
     
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    All ports open? Which pads?
     
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    Thanks a ton, Marv. Distortion levels seem to be similar to the Omni, albeit without the spike in the mids that the Omni's left driver displayed. CSD actually shows the Omni looks slightly better. I think it's right that we can probably chalk this up to driver variation.
     
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    All ports open. No idea which pads.
     
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    Zach's Cowhide pads have a coarse grain and are pretty easy to recognize, as can be seen in @keanex 's photo. They seem to be the default pad for Blackwoods and Omnis. the Lambskins are a lot smoother and thinner. http://www.superbestaudiofriends.org/index.php?threads/zmf-blackwood.669/

    Thanks for all these measurements and impressions you've been doing. I really don't know how you get so much done with a job, family and (I assume) a real life!
     
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