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Old Yesterday, 08:11 PM   #71
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BS50 TRIBUTE | Elipson... even comes with its own frying pan
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TPE flexible filament.
I can see this being even more useful with high damping. I wonder whether DIYers will try to extrude their own filaments.

If you play table tennis with a rotten egg, it goes ping and then pong.
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Definitly there is something with french & eggs, perhaps the C2C design : cake to karma ?

Elipson Eggs - Google Search

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The one I like most is the hard-boiled egg from Elipson already open with its half difusor : There should be definitly something crazy at listening it in the morning while eating two pan fried eggs . Look : BS50 TRIBUTE | Elipson !

Btw more seriously, something that could be drole is an experiment à la Linkwitz (rip) : the egg reversed -i.e. with the top fliped 180% above the top of the tube firering towards the ceilling à la Audiophysik loudspeakers
I wonder why no one sees the musical instrument shape as the mandolin or the aoud. The focal publicity for it's egg shape, shows how internal reflections have varying lengths thus wide band or low Q resonance.
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how might one determine a useful curved reflector for a Karlson type enclosure?

Karlson's 2nd and final Acoustic Transducers patent stated it was possible to lessen the effects of parallel walls in the coupler's front chamber.

Karlson's "X15" system introduced in 1965 employed a 3 panel approximation of a quarter ellipse shown in Fig.6

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