I just remember enjoying my Sony MDRE888 which had bio cellulose drivers. I think Creative Aurvana live original had bio cellulose and those were universally praised. Any new headphones that use bio cellulose drivers that anyone know of?
Bio Cellulose Drivers. Any new headphones using this technology?
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Never heard of Denon using those drivers?
Maybe the TH-600 but I don´t believe the Denons have them?
All fostex drivers is not biocellulose. They use different drivers for the TH-900 compared to the old Denons but I don´t know for sure if the D7000 drivers also can be called biocellulose. Sony stopped using it because it was to expensive I believe.
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Vintage Sony range: R10, MDR-CD 1000, 1700, 2000, 3000.
The CD 2000 (open) is still used by some proffessional recording engineers.
Edited by MDR30 - 1/9/15 at 2:37am