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    Default glossary of terms

    Somebody asked for something like this. I hope it helps. Then again somebody will probably use it to call me on some of my BS.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/resources/spterms.html#d This one is geared to speakers & building.

    This one should cover alot of the technical mumbo-jumbo. http://www.partsexpress.com/resources/a.html

    I think there's one over at AudioReview, but I couldn't find it.

    I hope this helps those in need. Myself included.
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    I was looking for some things simmilar, but mostly what I want is something to describe things like "warm" "soundstage" "bright" etc.

    I know some of them are self explanitory, but I'd like to be well informed instead of making assumptions...

    Anyone?

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    Originally posted by phuz


    Anyone?

    Sure. J. Gordon Holt's is pretty good. Some would even call it "the standard" - and I'll wager that every decent reviewer knows this glossary, so it's probably a common ground.


    Stereophile Archives: "Sounds Like? An Audio Glossary."

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