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  • #31
    Originally posted by skatz View Post
    One more try.

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    Looks like something from outer space. Best implementation of diffraction control I've ever seen. Considering the driver size. Can't really see the coaxial tweeter element, but the unusual woofer cone geometry and shapes added for what I would guess is control of woofer resonances will also greatly randomize tweeter diffraction influence and likely greatly reduce its impact. All in all impressive from what I can see in the picture.

    dlr
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    • #32
      Not too shabby for a 1950's design! I think Pete once said that there's very little that's truly new in loudspeaker design, it's more a matter of execution.
      "Everything is nothing without a high sound quality." (Sure Electronics)

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      • #33
        Seeing a picture like that one can only conclude that they build much larger houses in the Midwest. That is bonkers.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by TheManFromDenver View Post
          Seeing a picture like that one can only conclude that they build much larger houses in the Midwest. That is bonkers.
          Either that or it fell off a 50 ft. woman!

          Steve

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