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Bio Cellulose Drivers. Any new headphones using this technology?

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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?

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I believe Denon's D2000/5000/7000 and Fostex's current TH-600/TH-900 use biocellulose drivers. The general workings of all those are done by Foster.

post #3 of 9

Creative Aurvana Live and Live 2 uses them as well

post #4 of 9

I think the new upcoming Audioquest Nighthawk do have a type of this.

And some of the Vsonic iems. Not sure which.

post #5 of 9

It would be interesting to see those used in earphones

post #6 of 9

Never heard of Denon using those drivers?

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Originally Posted by namaiki View Post
 

I believe Denon's D2000/5000/7000 and Fostex's current TH-600/TH-900 use biocellulose drivers. The general workings of all those are done by Foster.

Maybe the TH-600 but I don´t believe the Denons have them?

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Denon uses fostex's driver in their popular d1100/2000/5000/7000. But denon made them popular
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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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Originally Posted by oqvist View Post

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. 

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
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