Revel Salon loudspeaker Measurements 2
Fig.4 Revel Salon, anechoic response on tweeter axis at 50", averaged across 30 degrees horizontal window and corrected for microphone response, with complex sum of the nearfield woofer, midrange, and port responses plotted below 300Hz.
Fig.5 shows the differences in the Salon's on-axis response due to the tweeter-level control being set to its "±1" positions. This can be seen to shelve the tweeter range up or down by almost exactly 1dB.
Fig.5 Revel Salon, effect of front-tweeter level control, set to "±1" and normalized to the HF-axis response (5dB/vertical div.).
When you look at the way in which the Salon's response changes to the sides of the tweeter axis (fig.6), you can see that there is a slight off-axis flare in the exact region between 3kHz and 4kHz where there is also a slight suckout on-axis. In normal-sized rooms and at normal listening distances, the Salon's perceived balance should be flat.
Fig.6 Revel Salon, lateral response family at 50", normalized to response on tweeter axis, from back to front: differences in response 90 degrees-5 degrees off-axis; reference response; differences in response 5 degrees-90 degrees off-axis..