I believe that this exciting, incisive explanation deserves its own instructional video, perhaps to be sold right alongside those Great Courses videos given by award-winning college professors.
For the good of the cause, I hereby volunteer to film a dramatic reenactment of the above paragraph, subject to the following remuneration:
* Receipt of a new pair of Shure SE 846s;
* Front-page billing of my instructional video on head-fi.org.
I am especially skilled in making such videos. To date, my credits include:
* How to play piano despite years of lessons;
* Do-it-yourself car repair (the entire chapter of the series entitled "Don't Let This Happen to You!")
I stand on alert, ready to spring into the service of fellow head-fiers.
I have no idea WTF the point of this post is.
Yes, I massively simplified the idea, but my point was to help illustrate why having a single driver requires significantly more work to be shouldered by one motor and diaphragm as opposed to separating the range into several. It's a wee bit hard to visualize what a dynamic driver is doing, that was my best "while you're sitting at your computer" idea. You got a better one, let me know.