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Old 17th February 2009, 10:12 PM   #1
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What kind of drivers do they use in their arrays?
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Old 17th February 2009, 10:19 PM   #2
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When you look at the speaker, you're looking right at the driver(s). The linear motor drives one end of the "petals" (sorry don't know what else to call them. The opposite end of the"petals"are fixed in space.

The resultant very closely resembles a sphere that expands/contracts with applied signal. In theory each would then be the perfect "omni" point source.

Simple by not perhaps obvious.

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15 tonnes is a giveaway to big magnets for ribbons, methinks.

At least in that warp-core-reactor looking thing

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Old 17th February 2009, 10:24 PM   #4
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1.5 tons not 15 tonnes.
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At least in that warp-core-reactor looking thing
That makes the conventional spider look way out of place.
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When you look at the speaker, you're looking right at the driver(s). The linear motor drives one end of the "petals" (sorry don't know what else to call them. The opposite end of the"petals"are fixed in space.
i'm pretty sure "petals" is the right term.

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How often do you have to dump out all the dead flies and moths?
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How often do you have to dump out all the dead flies and moths?
At that price you probably have people to do that for you
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At that price it should have a feature that empties the bugs automatically, when the speaker isn't in use.

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My dog peed on a fly zapper once. We thought it was funny. He didn't. Doubt he would enjoy seeing those speakers in the house......
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