Thanks for the answer.
" But yes I think that the driver will be damaged anyway, the real question is : are these damages going to cause any audible changes? I doubt that, too…"
It sounds interesting.
Anyway, here pictures of the raw organic bio cellulose just before it became a driver and after dehydration and pressing (official picture from SONY JP) :
Sony needed two days to make the bio cellulose material (in blue). So it seems to not be so difficult to make this material, maybe the second step is harder. In 1989, it was crazy to make wood parts like the R10, but now, we have 3D scanner and 3D printer can remake easely parts like that in wood !
The question is : the R10 seems to be the best headphone ever made, why isn't there a crazy rich guy trying to make another headphone like that ? It could be a huge great business to make something like that t Remake the R10. It could be a great impossible project ! I am not rich, but I am crazy, Who want to make it with me ?
Edited by Modwright01 - 5/22/12 at 4:08pm