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  1. This might be odd but I am looking for a decent speaker that can reach ultrasonic frequencies. I do believe for a DSD playback system, a very wide frequency response is necessary. (i.e. highest 50 kHz to 100 kHz) However, I find only few commercial speakers have a wide frequency response. Did a rough check online. These speakers models are on my watch list. Adam speaker: Classic MK3 column, frequency response: 30 Hz - 50 kHz Discontinued Wilson-Benesch Trinity: -6 dB at 40 Hz and 100 kHz -3 dB at 45 Hz and 80 kHz I also see Tannoy tannoy super tweeter can reach 54kHz, usable output (-18dB) to 100kHz. (However, I doubt this super tweeter will match well with Tannoy's speaker since Tannoy's Prestige GR series average frequency response is around 34 Hz - 40 kHz. Hence there is a gap between 40 - 55 kHz even with the help of its super-tweeter. Not sure this gap will cause any negative impact on the SQ. Any idea for other products having such features? Any help on this odd question would be appreciated.
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