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Fazors

Fazors

Think of sound waves like a series of ripples in a pond. If you drop a single pebble into a flat surface of water, it produces a series of waves, radiating outward in a circle. Drop two pebbles in two different locations, and the ripples will both try to radiate in a circle, but when one wave crashes against another, it distorts that wave, causing it to change shape, speed, and direction. This same phenomenon occurs in audio, and is appropriately known as “wave interference”. Wave interference, although a larger issue for speakers than for headphones, is still a major obstacle in high-performance headphone audio.
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Diaphragms - Nano-Scale, Uniforce, Ultra-Thin

Diaphragms - Nano-Scale, Uniforce, Ultra-Thin

Before we begin, we’ll ask for your brief indulgence. We’re going to give you a few typical measurements, just to set the stage for a little infusion of Audeze tech knowledge. A piece of standard printer paper is about 100 microns thick. An average human hair is about 75 microns thick at the base. A red blood cell is only 5 microns across. What’s a micron, you ask? It’s a measurement of length. A very, very small measurement. One one-millionth of a meter to be exact, or about 0.00004 inches
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Fluxor Magnets

Fluxor Magnets

Here we discuss why Fluxor magnets help harness the lightning so you can hear the thunder.
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