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post #31 of 33
Really late post but I must have a real like for bio cellulose drivers. Unknowingly I have bought and love the sound of the phones that have them in my GR07BE, Fostex TH600 and creative aurvana live 2.

I just love the way these drivers sound. It makes the music so alive. I wonder what is it in these drivers that make it so. They sound especially good for EDM
post #32 of 33
Was looking for Sony E888 info and found this good and informative post.

answer many of my question and now i must find my E888!
post #33 of 33
Just found this thread, looking at the dates not sure if I'll get a reply but... It says it's a biodegradable material and it's a very thin piece of equipment, how do they ensure its longevity. I mean it's in an ear for a lot of its life and is that a good place for something similar to wood in build?
Also do they make larger diaphragms for full size speakers? Really interested to hear what they'd be like
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