Sound is the the varying of pressure over time. A chart of this for an event is its ''wave-form''. A microphone converts the pressure into an electrical signal. With a perfect microphone the electial wave-form will match the sound wave-form. When you ''receive'' the actual wave-form output of the sound from Ohm Loudspeakers, it closely matches the electrical wave-form input to the loudspeaker. This is not true with most loudspeakers, but with Ohms you accurately hear what was recorded. You can recognize the original source and subtle distinct characteristics: a bass guitar sounds like a bass guitar (not a bass violin), and a nine millimeter automatic sounds like a nine millimeter automatic (not a .22 revolver). Ohm loudspeakers do not add a character of their own. When you listen through Ohm loudspeakers you actually hear the source.
The loudspeaker's transduction and its interaction with the room is the last step in sound reproduction. They should neither add nor subtract anything to the signal coming from the source. They are not supposed to be sound creators like a musical instrument, but transducers converting the electrical signal to an acoustic signal.
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