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post #91 of 314
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Originally Posted by m00hk00h View Post
I know it's old but...

Damn sexy thread that!



KSC35 and ATH-W100 drivers side by side...
Photo is old but I still got it on my webspace and thought it might fit in here.

m00h
Nice drivers man
post #92 of 314
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Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
k1000
I wonder what role does the small pcb play in the K1k driver?
post #93 of 314
IIRC It's a small notch filter. It lowers frequencies which come in at the resonant frequency of the driver/housing in order to reduce ringing distortion.
post #94 of 314
And... the rarely seen armatures!



UE SF5Pro
Input Sensitivity: 119dB/mW
Frequency Response: 20 to 16,000 Hz
Impedance: 21 ohms
Internal Speaker Configuration: Two precision balanced armatures
Noise Isolation: -26dB
Input connector: 1/8" (3.5mm) gold plated
Weight With cable assembly: 0.6 oz
post #95 of 314
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Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
K1000
Aaah, so that's what it looks like... Thanks for sharing!
post #96 of 314
Stax SR-Omega mesh driver:


Same driver opened up with me holding the diaphragm:


SR-007 Mk1 and SR-007A drivers:
post #97 of 314
@spritzer: Do you had to desolder it to take that apart ?

in b/w drivers look amazing !
post #98 of 314
if my headphones are in warranty and if i open them up totally..wouldnt that void my warranty?
post #99 of 314
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Originally Posted by stuge(original) View Post
@spritzer: Do you had to desolder it to take that apart ?

in b/w drivers look amazing !
The drivers arrived like that with the phones since Stax had removed them and fitted SR-007 drivers instead. They had developed a fault which I was trying to reproduce but couldn't so I have a nice set of spare SR-Omega drivers. You have to desolder the drivers from the internal connectors but the drivers are held together by the housing so once they are out, they just fall apart.
post #100 of 314


Beyerdynamic DT990 '05 edition drivers.

Transducer type: Dynamic
Operating principle: Open
Frequency response: 5 - 35,000 Hz
Nominal impedance acc. to IEC 60268-7: 250 Ώ
Nominal SPL acc. to IEC 60268-7: 96 dB
Nominal THD acc. to IEC 60268-7: < 0.2%
Power handling capacity acc. to IEC 60268-7: 100 mW
post #101 of 314






Ultrasone HFI-780 driver

* Transducer type: Dynamic
* Frequency response: 10-26,000 Hz
* Impedance: 35Ώ
* Sound pressure level: 96 dB
* Driver: 40 mm gold plated Mylar
post #102 of 314
Reposting my Pioneer Monitor 10 5,7 cm mylar cone driver picture here.

Front:



Back:
post #103 of 314
Creative Aurvana Live! driver
LL
post #104 of 314
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Originally Posted by superkuato View Post
AKG K701








Specs:

driver type - dynamic open
from headphone brand and model - AKG K701
driver diameter - ~1'56" (~40mm)
impedance - 62 ohms
Power handling - 200 mW
Frequency Response - 10 - 39,800Hz
Efficiency - 105 dB SPL/V






WOW!!!

That is some fine looking drivers

My father has the K701's.
post #105 of 314






JVC HP/HA-DX1000


Specifications


Type:
Airtightness dynamic type
Unit diameter: Phi 50mm
Playback frequency zone: 4hz - 30,000Hz
Rated impedance: 64 Ohms
Output overpressure value: 102dB/1mW
Maximum permissible input: 1,500mW (IEC standard)
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