Originally Posted by eXa
Well, i wont be that pessimistic before i at least see some tests. None of us has neither tested it nor seen any tests? But i am abit skeptical yes.
Good point being made. Pessimistic? Just being realistic is all that's needed here.
It's an argument oft cited, "just listen and see". The inherent physics involved dictate the limitations here. From all I can see, there's no uncharted territory here.
A previous post, in bold for clarity;
Originally Posted by FOH
Perhaps further exploration of the designers inclinations can be the genesis of some real beneficial technology.
This particular iteration however, no dice. Reading, ... I got to "bass speed", or however it was termed, and began to skim much more quickly. I don't appreciate the ambiguity of the tech page cut-away images and explanations etc. Seems purposefully a bit too "smoke and mirrors" for me.Sound reproduction has characteristics. Here, given the wavelengths inherently involved with bass reproduction, yes .... it does seem as if they're creating an ill-conceived solution to a non-existent issue. Need more displacement? Add more drive units. Space confined? Use a 54mm Xmax RE. Either approach costs significantly less than the aforementioned product.
CoDrive, keep choppin' that wood. Hell, they got Keith Yates attention .....
I do however, applaud the experimentation.