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post #166 of 171
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Originally Posted by Lazarus Short View Post

Why does it matter?

 

well, because it's the science forum? you've become a speakers guy now, I presume?

 

here's a thread full of drivers sex pictures: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/202122/the-headphone-driver-pics-thread/15#post_2519360

Stax SR-202 Driver
Specs:
Transducer: Electrostatic
Biasing Voltage: 580Volts

OMG, that's a lot

post #167 of 171

Just because Wifi was installed in your elementary school does not mean it is safe.  Have you personally interviewed each and every child to find out if they have had any "issues" with the wifi.  Harder time concentrating maybe? Constant headaches at school that seem to disappear when not in the wifi environment? - - then you don't really know.  Just because nobody came home without a leg because it fell off from wifi, or when the switch was flipped everyone in the vicinity didn't get a nosebleed,  doesn't mean there aren't subtle changes.  Do some research, there are many studies showing the changes of blood cells when in a wifi environment.  I worked in a hospital for years with no problem.....OH, but then again hospitals have filters built into the system...  Until there is NO reaction to the blood cells with wifi, then I would say it is safe, but that just isn't the case.  I value my son's life much more than the technology of wifi.

post #168 of 171

Wifi environment? If there's such thing as a headache due to wifi, they would be would be under constant suffering at my university. EVERY building here have wifi. It really won't matter how much you value your life's life, if he's going to have a higher education, he will be surrounded by it. Technology is a fact of life. Besides, "a person absorbs less radiation from sitting in a wi-fi hotspot for a year, says the HPA, than from a 20-minute cell phone call."

source: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2007/05/nothing_to_fear/

post #169 of 171
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Originally Posted by jennyb View Post

Harder time concentrating maybe?


Yeah. They keep posting on Facebook instead of doing their work.

post #170 of 171
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humm, I've been listening to an HFI-780 for a little while now...very impressed after some EQ to kill resonances(it's got a nasty spike in the mids that I'm trying to locate)...anyway, I hated the S-Logic on the Pro750 but the S-Logic+ in the 780 is quite something!

 

It's pretty clear that they know a thing or two about drivers engineering...wide 3D SS w/o being overly reverbed/wet. And yes, it's got that ULE shielding thingie as well. It's clearly audible that the sound pressure is lower for the same loudness perception, too bad the mids are mushy as hell.


Edited by leeperry - 10/3/10 at 4:02pm
post #171 of 171
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mu-shielding yada yada: http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/452404/just-listened-to-some-fostex-t50rps-today-wow/90#post_6882020

 

N82_521-t50rp.jpg

 

that's a t50rp driver, I should have one next week.

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