I assume you are laying blame at my feet that the thread was split. Might I remind you that had dup not made several inappropriate posts this would all have been one thread and no editting would have ocurred. Thank you very much!
So, I have a speaker with a far more constant impedance and very low electrical phase angle (only slightly inductive due to the presence of a voice coil - sorry, just can't get away from that at this price) compared to RR's and yet you prefer, for your own reasons, to suggest my system suffers from errors you quite easily dismiss in RR's system and that I am listening through a flawed system while RR is not. How interesting.
Thank you for letting me know you are an infrequent visitor.
No intention of placing blame on the double thread deal.
Had no idea what was up with that.
Again you misunderstand my point about interaction between components.
A speaker that is considered a difficult load is rated so not because of its variation in impedance, but because of its minimum value of impedance. As a speakers impedance becomes lower, the effect of the amplifer output resistance begins to have a larger influence. If the impedance value of a speaker is all over the place, but high in value relative to the amp, than there will be little interaction.
If the impedance of a speaker is flat, then source impedance will be a non issue.
I am not saying that any one amp or speaker is better or that any one is inferior. But I am saying that certain combinations will not work well together.