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    CMCD™ Cone Midrange Compression Drivers

    Anyone thought about the possible application of this for DIY/home audio purposes?

    http://www.jblpro.com/ae/pdf/CMCD%20TechNote.pdf

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    After a short trial run the participants were heard to say

    What did you say, what????? Look I can't read lips!

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    I don"t see any application for this in hi fi use.This technology is used for hi power LOUD applications,mostly in pro world .This would also be for bandwidth extension of smaller diameter drivers for weight and size reduction of space conscience enclosures related to truck packing.

    Course ,I have been wrong before, Just ask my ex-wife !!!!!!!!

    Oldmics,Now living a life of JBL serenity

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