Innovation - Membranes

. Kompund CGF

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CGF is 10 times more rigid than conventional carbon fibre

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Transmit accurately every single voice coil movement to the membrane is a fundamental condition for high fidelity reproduction. Use exotic and expensive material is useless if this preliminary condition isn't satisfied. For our high-end speaker range, we use direct coupling between the voice coil and the membrane. The mechanical energy doesn't go through variable glue point, it is transmitted through unique mechanical piece. Because mechanical lost means fidelity weakness, we prohibit it in our design. The frequency response below compare: - Twt25_vHE using monoKore technology (Blue) - Same tweeter but dome is glued on voice coil former as usual assembling (Red) We notice the frequency response is same until ~10kHz, but the upper band is affected by usual assembling. monoKore technology has much more linear response from 10kHz to 20kHe, and it avoids the typical dome break-up close to 20kHz ( as typical ceramic dome). Furthermore, we notice the monoKore has frequency response extension above 20kHz.





. monoKore

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.monoKore technology push the dome break-up over 25kHz

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Transmit accurately every single voice coil movement to the membrane is a fundamental condition for high fidelity reproduction. Use exotic and expensive material is useless if this preliminary condition isn't satisfied. For our high-end speaker range, we use direct coupling between the voice coil and the membrane. The mechanical energy doesn't go through variable glue point, it is transmitted through unique mechanical piece. Because mechanical lost means fidelity weakness, we prohibit it in our design. The frequency response below compare: - Twt25_vHE using monoKore technology (Blue) - Same tweeter but dome is glued on voice coil former as usual assembling (Red) We notice the frequency response is same until ~10kHz, but the upper band is affected by usual assembling. monoKore technology has much more linear response from 10kHz to 20kHe, and it avoids the typical dome break-up close to 20kHz ( as typical ceramic dome). Furthermore, we notice the monoKore has frequency response extension above 20kHz.





. hexaKone

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.hexaKone is lighter and 2 times more rigid than conventional paper cone

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Transmit accurately every single voice coil movement to the membrane is a fundamental condition for high fidelity reproduction. Use exotic and expensive material is useless if this preliminary condition isn't satisfied. For our high-end speaker range, we use direct coupling between the voice coil and the membrane. The mechanical energy doesn't go through variable glue point, it is transmitted through unique mechanical piece. Because mechanical lost means fidelity weakness, we prohibit it in our design. The frequency response below compare: - Twt25_vHE using monoKore technology (Blue) - Same tweeter but dome is glued on voice coil former as usual assembling (Red) We notice the frequency response is same until ~10kHz, but the upper band is affected by usual assembling. monoKore technology has much more linear response from 10kHz to 20kHe, and it avoids the typical dome break-up close to 20kHz ( as typical ceramic dome). Furthermore, we notice the monoKore has frequency response extension above 20kHz.





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