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Paul S
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"SOTA Technology" Speakers from Polymer Audio Research
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Here are some folks who think ultra-stiff cones and cutting-edge technology are the way to go:

 http://polymeraudio.com/about/

 I did not read all their explanations. I have never heard these speakers. Perhaps they will be at this year's THE Show, at the end of May... Paul S
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Ultra stiff in the head?
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They talk about acoustical alignment, but I couldn't find any. Diamond could be a good membrane material however!


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Paul S
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For all I know, "alignment" is digital. And IMO, so far, "super hard" tweeter diaphragms have not lived up to their "reasoning". In fact, I would have to say the same for any direct radiators with "hard" diaphragms that I have heard to date. Again, like I mentioned already, I have not heard these yet. I did hear the "vaunted" YG Acoustics Al diaphragm speakers, however, and I would say they are "very clear"... to a fault, also they are faintly "metallic, IMO. YMMV, of course; be happy.

Paul S
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