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Old 6th January 2008, 03:17 PM   #1
inrank is offline inrank  United Kingdom
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Default Bandor 50mm

has anyone had any experience with the newer Bandor 50mm Units with the Neodymium magnets?

and are the new ones likely to be much better than my older units, i guess around 10 years old or so

i have been enjoying mine for a while now and am using them as a pair of mini mini monitors (2L) and just wondering of its worth getting a pair of the new ones?
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Old 7th January 2008, 12:10 PM   #2
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Phone Doreen up and ask her, I'm sure you will get a pretty honest answer, I got the impression she was going to neo magnets purely to shrink the motor structure down but I could be wrong. There may have been a few changes to the driver in the last 10 years anyway, she does keep tweeking the design.
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