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post #1 of 5 Old 03-28-2013, 09:56 AM - Thread Starter
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fascinating stuff

Picked this up on another forum.
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bump. I saw this over at Parham's forum. Worth a look.

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Thanks zheka, that really is good stuff. I didn't realize how much or at least the extent to which stading waves affected the cone until now, excellent visualization of those sound waves. Wayne's explanations are always a joy to read...I need to frequent his forum more often. Thanks again!

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You are most welcome. I agree about Wayne 100%.

I think normally woofers are not driven that far above intended frequency range.This example may be a bit too extreme.
But I find this kind of self organizing patterns mesmerizing. Have you seen this one?
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Love it, I could watch that for hours! I've always been drawn to kinetic art and it's examples like these that are visually striking and I agree, they are quite mesmerizing. A bit off topic, but some of the magnetic ferrofluid demonstrations on YouTube are excellent as well.

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