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But they're not splashing just high frequency everywhere, they're omnidirectional at all frequencies, it's not like the rest of the spectrum doesn't get reflected at all. Yes, obviously speakers with narrower constant directivity will sound more detailed and less affected by room interaction overall, but this is a legitimate concept coming from the idea that many natural sources of sound are omnidirectional as well. It's not bullshit, it's just a different type of compromise for stereo reproduction. After hearing the Duevels I'd love to have a pair of decent omnis as secondary speakers (together with some Geddes-like speakers or Synergy horns) if I had the space.