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post #16 of 116

great video. I really want a pair of these. But no London dealers/shops

post #17 of 116

Cool video.
 

post #18 of 116
Im curious about the "non-pistonic" mode also. Visual trickery or actual footage?
post #19 of 116

I'd love to see a similar video without the sand particles and with a time clock showing the passage of milliseconds, but I'll take what they gave us - a fascinating look at their music-making trampolines.

post #20 of 116

Cool.  Not surprised at the non-pistonic movement as the driver's not in a normal magnetic field and the particle's weight distribution is likely not even.  But I would like to know where the magnet placement was for the vid. Fun stuff.

post #21 of 116

very cool smily_headphones1.gif

post #22 of 116

That's awesome!biggrin.gif Now who wants to buy me an LCD3?tongue_smile.gif

post #23 of 116
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Originally Posted by Steve Eddy View Post

Very nice!

 

I'm curious, what music was being played through them when shooting the video?

 

Thanks!

 

se

Nirvana - Sounds Like Teen Spirit wink_face.gif

post #24 of 116
Quote:
Originally Posted by Steve Eddy View Post

Very nice!

I'm curious, what music was being played through them when shooting the video?

Thanks!

se

I doubt it's any sort of music. Judging from the 2500fps capture rate and the slow vibration, you're looking at no more than a couple hundred hz source signal. We're only seeing what the LCDs do best: bass smily_headphones1.gif

Not really surprised by the different vibrational modes.
post #25 of 116

Is it actually photograohy?! That is AWESOME!!

It's the finest headphones ad I have ever seeno2smile.gif

post #26 of 116

the making video...

 

post #27 of 116

Heh.  Dub step?

post #28 of 116

I don't see a toaster & a Transformer getting busy anywhere so I doubt it biggrin.gif

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Heh.  Dub step?

post #29 of 116

Great idea for a video.  I'd heard some pretty good descriptions of the way Planar Magnetic tech works, so seeing the drivers behave that way isn't surprising, but boy is it cool smily_headphones1.gif

post #30 of 116

I guess they mounted a single side of magnet arrays at the bottom of the setup for the filming process.

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