Would BMRs lobe at high frequencies like traditional tweeters?
Due to their ultra-low directivity (near equal sound-power output all the way up to 180 degrees off-axis), do any of you think two BMRs with the same signal, in the same cabinet (stacked vertically), and right next to each other will actually cause any lobing?
I also ask this because BMRs produce high frequencies across the entire surface area of the cone, unlike near single point radiation that you would have on a dome tweeter. So I was thinking maybe a second BMR might just act as an extension of the surface of the original BMR? Just wondering, also thought it might be an interesting idea to share with others since the acoustics seem quite complicated and a bit beyond what I am able to comprehend with the behaviour of speakers in a room.
Another reason I am asking about this is that I’m trying to see if my BMRs can be made more sensitive, but I wanted to do this thought experiment in case it isn’t worth rebuilding my cabinets and buying more drivers.
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