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Lavi D specs discrepancy

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tkavan

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The specs for this product on the Luxa2 website state a frequency response of 20Hz~20KHz.

 

However the specs on the side of the box state a frequency response of 100Hz~9KHz.

 

Which is correct?

 

Thanks,

Tom


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The specs for this product on the Luxa2 website state a frequency response of 20Hz~20KHz.

 

However the specs on the side of the box state a frequency response of 100Hz~9KHz.

 

Which is correct?

 

Thanks,

Tom

Hi there,

 

It is Frequency response: 100Hz9KHz.

 

Website has been corrected.

 

Thank you for letting us know.



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Thanks for the reply, Tt Tautlih.

 

Can you tell me why the Lavi D has such a narrow range when the other headphones in the Lavi family have  much wider response range?

 



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Thanks for the reply, Tt Tautlih.

 

Can you tell me why the Lavi D has such a narrow range when the other headphones in the Lavi family have  much wider response range?

Hi tkavan,

 

I must apologise, there was an error in the inputting of data and it is indeed 20Hz~20KHz.

 

​Our future packaging will be updated to correct this.



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Thanks for the explanation, Tt Tautlih.  These things happen!



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Thanks for the explanation, Tt Tautlih.  These things happen!

Thank you for letting us know.

Hope all is well!






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