Dumb n00B qestions here; humor me, won't you? (As I've mentioned before, I've had aeons of musical training, but did not get a lot of technical learning along the way...) Doubtless these questions will seem like a child's why-is-the-sky-blue queries...
I appreciate that the ostensible goal of all home stereo playback speakers... is to represent the human range of hearing--- 20Hz---20kHz------ in a pleasing, complete, or at least satisfactory way.
1). What sort of features improve... the more expensive and sophisticated the speakers get?
2). How do the manufacturers of home speakers decide upon a frequency response for their product?
3). Does the famous Fletcher-Munson curve go into the design of speakers?
4). What aural qualities immediately tell you you're listening to an exceptional (and probably expensive) pair of speakers?
5). Lastly, how do modern record masterers anticipate the speakers which will be playing back their musical recording?
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