If there was ever a set of misused terms in acoustics, then it’s “near field”, “mid field”, and “far field” speakers.
Don’t get me wrong.
There’s a useful distinction to be made between various sizes of speakers.
But it actually has nothing to do with what near field and far field actually mean in acoustics.
So if you’ve ever been confused by this term, today’s video is for you.
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