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Old 25th January 2011, 02:09 AM   #41
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Jonas' speakers are very clever indeed. The diaphragm isn't attached to the magnetic spacers at all. Rather, an outer framework holds the diaphragm and tensions it. The stators stick to each other magnetically with the diaphragm sandwiched between them. I love it!
Thanks Charlie, that is clever. Having the film oversized also would help with insulation. I did PM him. Bry
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