Hi Hanatsu -OP: When you post measurements, you need to fix the scaling first off.
In the plots you posted change the scaling to:
SPL; 70-125dB would be more suitable
Waterfall: 0-4ms / 70-125dB
Second, you can't measure a driver inside the car (I assume you did that). The driver must be mounted on a flat baffle outside the car. Then you must gate the impulse response to make the measurement free from reflections from roof/floor/walls. Harmonic distortion plots must be made with a fixed input voltage, or an acoustic SPL @ x meter. I normally measure at 90dB/1m equivalent, if you measure nearfield (which you should) then SPL should be ~108dB at 12,5cm (inverse square law). Plot 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 7th harmonic, it's usually enough and makes the graph more readable. Waterfalls should be posted using CSD mode in 1/12 smoothing, 4ms range and ~0,1-0,2ms risetime, measure it reflection free in nearfield.
In RoomEQ you can gate the IR, from the IR Windows tab.
I'm not trying to be an asshole here but the measurements are useless unless you go through these steps to provide accurate and repeatable results. I also find aRTA to be better suited for speaker measurements
You are not being any where close to beeing something negative - not at all!
I even stated my own that I would like the opinion of people who know what they are doing unlike my self.
But as well note that I stated that by no means I am testing the drivers as a bench mark test nor a klipel test, not even by far
I've stated clearly that I am measuring the car response and not really the speakers but am reviewing "real life" results in conjunction to the ES-02 and how they sound (forgive me for the bold letters) IN MY CAR.
So I am sorry if I had you mistaken thinking I've tried to measure the ES02 only - the review is about them mainly but it is based on the current system and car and this is why I've stated all the data about my car (even the tire type) etc. etc.
Rishi - from Audible Physics
I've stated that it is for the best of my knowledge and thank you for correcting me - but just as a question - there really is a connection between hustler and audible right? or is that wrong as well?
The MIC I use is a UMIK-1 by MiniDSP - you can buy it for 75USD + shipment from their website at Welcome to the world of miniDSP | MiniDSP
REW5 is free of charge but you need to register to a home audio forum as it can only by downloaded from there -google it and you will find it on the first run.
The thing is that I'm not sure I've used the correct callibration when I've done the swipe test and as well the PC sound card is CRAP! but it is enough for me to get an impression and at least know what I am doing.
The RTA ability is a real life changer in tearms of tuning my system.
One more thing - in order to do the sweep test you need to have the PC at which the REW running as your source - I am able to do that as I have a DSP in my car with several source entrances.
As for the TB they are very nice but I wanted a car audio product and simply since a long time wanted to try out CDT drivers - I don't think that a 2inch driver can be counted at any sort of way for SPL when it is a paper cone wide bander, there is a miles away difference between them to drivers such as the M6+ which is built like a SPL driver just by looking at it.
They are indeed lacking a bit of clarity but it makes them "warm" to the ear and this is exactly what I like about them.