How Speakers Work (with noise)
Let's say you have a tickle in your throat, maybe vague, very vague soreness.....you walk into work and you co-worker says you sound like you are getting a cold. The timbre of your voice has changed.
Does a transducer respond to background "noise" however subtle?
For example, my MAC Audio ref. cables let through a almost a buzz whereas a cheap pair of bonded cables do not (I don't have a ground loop btw as I already have a ground loop isolator - you should hear the room w/o it!)
Does something like 60hz hum, or EMI buzzing etc. affect a driver's frequency response adversely, however little?
Does noise we can really only hear up close to a driver actually affect it macro-dynamically during playback at real-world listening levels?
Just something I have been wondering.....