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first measured the frequency response of the KEF KF92 in a room, using pink noise as the test stimulus, with the EQ setting set to ‘Room’, the result of which is shown in Graph 1. The black trace on this graph shows the response with the low-pass crossover set to maximum (140Hz) and you can see the flatness

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