Originally Posted by HelloHell
Apparently they just release the product page for it... From what I read it will be named as Fostex TH900 and released in Jan. 2012, featuring 1.5 Tesla flux density (gimmick? what's the Tesla density of Beyer T1 again?...)
Well, from what my intro to electrical physics course has taught me: Since the flux is the amount of charge passing through a conductor (Flux = electric field * Area), my guess would be that flux density is the amount of electric field passing through each unit area. Now, This could be flux from the magnet on the coil, or from the coil on the magnet, although I suppose they might be equal in magnitude. Now, this is just a wild stab in the dark, but the greater the flux density, the faster the diaphragm might be able to be accelerated, since it would experience a greater force per its size. Faster acceleration of the diaphragm would/should equal more transparency because there would be a faster decay rate, since the diaphragm would change frequencies faster....This is all just me making guesses and inferences, so if someone who knows could tell me how it actually works, I would be grateful.