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Old 15th May 2003, 05:01 PM   #11
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Yeah, I agree those biggies aren't much use for audio apps.

If you haven't already, do a "neodymium" search of Ebay. I saw what seemed to be pretty good prices there on large lots of small Nd mags.

Have fun with your ribbon experiments.

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Old 17th May 2003, 05:04 AM   #12
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Have you considered an electrostatic driver? Easier to build, and less moving mass. I keep getting drawn toward building my own ribbon drivers, but I'm so pleased with my ES panels that it's not a high priority except for my engineering curiosity.

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