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Old 13th June 2005, 08:41 PM   #11
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Even though I buy wine by looking at other people's number ratings, I know enough that putting the wine near the off-gassing adhesive will probably mess with the flavour enough for a wino-phile to taste it. Should he be using something else for clamping the glue?

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Old 13th June 2005, 09:18 PM   #12
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Default Corian?

Originally posted by Stixx
and ceramic tiles are very stiff, so in conjunction with the glue and the HDF you (supposedly) get a kind of compound material quite inert to the changes of air pressure.
Other people also go long ways to achieve the same, like Wilson in their line of speakers with corian cabinets.
Wilson's website calles their cabinet material "phenolic resin" - is this actually the same material in Corian, and they just want to make it sound really exotic? Maybe it is "exotic" but I didn't know it had been around for awhile in other common products. Who knew an engineered countertop material would turn out to be one of the most accoustically inert materials for building loudspeakers?

Hmmm...do you think any Wilson owners also use their speakers as makeshift breakfast tables?

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