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Re: Details ...
Author: Trahern Jordan
Date: 09/15/2012
Just to rephrase my original question:

Is it possible that 2 microphone capsules can have different timbres (definied as "the quality of a musical note or sound or tone that distinguishes different types of sound production") while exhibiting the SAME frequency response, distortion, etc?

If so, what scientific objective tools are used to measure these differences and have these tests been performed on the newer batch of k87 capsules versus the older k87 capsules to determine if they are, in fact, of the same timbre?  
 
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Trahern Jordan
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