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Old 17th February 2006, 02:56 AM   #1
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Old 17th February 2006, 03:11 AM   #2
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22mm xmax one-way? wow, that's VERY impressive...
 
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22mm xmax one-way? wow, that's VERY impressive...

93db/w, 125w RMS with F3 of 70hz sealed is more impressive to me

no to mention flat into the 12-15khz range
 
Old 17th February 2006, 03:40 AM   #4
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"Dylan described it as a midrange without thinking what that means to people now adays... it's a midwoofer/fullrange/midbass/midrange/tweeter/super tweeter"

wow, very impressive indeed... doesn't it break some kinda law?

i don't see how it's possible... but OK, I will buy them for my BOSE clone project...
 
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"Dylan described it as a midrange without thinking what that means to people now adays... it's a midwoofer/fullrange/midbass/midrange/tweeter/super tweeter"

wow, very impressive indeed... doesn't it break some kinda law?
what law is that?

surely not hoffman's law

with that low of inductance and a stiff cone there's nothing stopping it from going well into the 12khz range... even though I know for a fact it goes to 13khz+ from the FR
 
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i meant the high efficiency...
 
Old 17th February 2006, 06:30 AM   #7
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i meant the high efficiency...
High BL and low mms would account for the high eff.

And congrats noob, would be interested in hearing more when the time arrives.
 
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I'm hard pressed to believe this guy. 93dB @ 70Hz isn't that easy with 1W. 22mm Xmax from an underhung motor? Sounds awfully odd.... perhaps this sensitivity is a derivative of car audio loading? Surely not anechoic.....
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I'm hard pressed to believe this guy. 93dB @ 70Hz isn't that easy with 1W. 22mm Xmax from an underhung motor? Sounds awfully odd.... perhaps this sensitivity is a derivative of car audio loading? Surely not anechoic.....
I guess the best thing to do is sit back and wait.

Matt is sending the prototype off to various respected testers for independant analysis in the next week or so. I expect within a month we'll have verified results eitherway.
 
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I asked on the forum how I could get samples to test. IF it does what he claims..... We're about to see a whole new genre of speakers on the market, especially 2 ways. The hex style aluminum former that is so long the way it is is curious, certainly flux density could be extremely high in his 'unique' motor.... and if that BL product is...... if if if.... I wanna see verifiable results. I won't bash it 'cause nothin's impossible, but it's an awful lot of advancement in cone drivers all at once....
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