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Old 19th October 2012, 12:39 PM   #1
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Default Can anyone figure out how these work?

Where are the woofers??
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Old 19th October 2012, 12:52 PM   #2
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These speakers use resonating panels. The woofers are in the sides, but covered by the panels somehow. Here's a picture that might help.
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Inside I would imagine, have a look at the picture on the right, notice what appears to be a slot from top to bottom on the edge of the baffle... 1st time I've seen a speaker with two tweeters

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Just found this. Acoustically transparent screens on the side. The frequency response must be terrible! rmaf8
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Inside I would imagine, have a look at the picture on the right, notice what appears to be a slot from top to bottom on the edge of the baffle... 1st time I've seen a speaker with two tweeters

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There are more than a few companies that use two tweeters. Here's a couple..

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I heard these briefly at the Sydney HiFi show today. They were on first impression the “best sound of the show” for me. I’ve subsequently done the research and would be concerned about their ability to perform on all types of music given this resonant panel approach. I would certainly go out of my way to hear them again with more complex music. They sounded very, very good on the demo tracks.
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