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Old 3rd November 2008, 07:02 PM   #131
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Wow! What an ugly driver. It must sound great for sure! The specs look great for a midrange used from 200Hz to 3kHz (or beyond, probably even without a low-pass filter at all). Low mass and well-dampened cone with low Le and copper plated pole piece tends to sound really detailed and dynamic. I think I will try one with the pulp cone and Nomex former.
I take offense to that. It's like calling someone's baby ugly. The only picture we have released is of the prototype. It has the epoxy coating on the motor. Normally it would be plated, but we don't waste the time on prototypes. Other than that, it has the large phase plug which some find attractive, others don't. We can do the plugs in solid alum or copper. The copper being more expensive due to the material cost.


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If you have deep pockets, you could try a TD6.5M with AlNiCo and maybe Appollo upgrade ?
Considering other alternatives like Feastrex, Fostex, and other wideband drivers, it isn't too bad really. Regular driver is $199 retail. The apollo upgrade on them would be $50-75 and the Alnico would be $75-100 upgrade.

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Old 3rd November 2008, 10:27 PM   #132
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I take offense to that. It's like calling someone's baby ugly.

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Didn't you know? Everybody's baby is ugly but their own.
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Old 3rd November 2008, 10:47 PM   #133
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Didn't you know? Everybody's baby is ugly but their own.
Let me correct that. Every baby is ugly. Period.

A baby start to look like something after maybe 6 months...
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..My gf's sister and her husband just had a baby the other day, and I don't think he's ugly at all.
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