I'm sort of bored and don't want to study so I did a very rough translation of the major items discussed in the scans gsferrari posted four posts up. hope I'm not too asleep and I did a decent job. nanocomposite HD (high definition) driver unit
uses the newly developed dynamic-type HD driver unit and neodymium magnet to achieve a wide dynamic range to the highest level possible... realizing a frequency range of 5Hz to 120kHz
the drivers are made from super thin poly-amide fibers a few microns wide with embedded nano-sized silica particles, which allow the driver to do the fast and detailed movements needed for producing sounds around the 100kHz ultrasound region that were previously unachievable. shape of drivers obtained through computer simulations combined with real world tests....high power magnet
to allow compatibility with SACD's signal that contains a massive amount of information, the 010 uses a neodymium magnet with a maximum magnetic energy of 440kJ/m^2. (then it talks about how to make a magnet that has a high magnetic strength like that... and how they had to create a circular magenet composed of four separate parts to obtain the best results due to how the pressing of the magnets during their formation affects the magentic orientation of the magnetic particles and how the traditional method creates a chaotic array of orientation as opposed to the desired result of perfect alignment for the strongest magnet. look at the picture for clarification.)
(then it talks about the baffle but I'm too lazy to translate it and I should be studying for class anyways... so make something up that makes sense I guess.)
so ya... that's my random translation and may not accurately reflect what they really said.
you've been warned.