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Planot speaker: 3D diaphragm and it twists

soundhound

Well-Known Member
Uh...yeah.... :handgestures-thumbdown:

I'm still waiting for them to perfect the Nuclear speaker which uses controlled fission to produce sound. I hear its extremely efficient. :scared-eek:
 

soundhound

Well-Known Member
I can see straight off that low frequency response would be pretty much non-existent, and high frequencies would be a challenge because of the mass of the "diaphram" and losses in the motor coupling mechanism / suspension. The whole thing does beg the question, WTF?
 
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