Graphene used in speakers?

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Graphene used in speakers?

Post by AndrewMeronek » Fri Sep 10, 2021 4:24 pm

While browsing over some audio technical info I ended up running across this:

https://www.loudspeakerindustrysourcebo ... roducts-93

Has anyone had an opportunity to play with equipment based on this? Curious Andrew wants to know. :cool:
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Re: Graphene used in speakers?

Post by Tbarh » Sat Sep 11, 2021 10:05 am

As mentioned in the article, SEAS (which by the way are situated 2 miles from where i live her in Norway) are using graphene as a means to make their magnesium cones better (No oxydations).. I guess that we are a Long way from experience membranes made of only graphene..
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Re: Graphene used in speakers?

Post by AndrewMeronek » Sat Sep 11, 2021 11:55 am

Tbarh wrote:
Sat Sep 11, 2021 10:05 am
As mentioned in the article, SEAS (which by the way are situated 2 miles from where i live her in Norway) are using graphene as a means to make their magnesium cones better (No oxydations).. I guess that we are a Long way from experience membranes made of only graphene..
Yeah, the team that figures out how to do large-scale manufacturing of large sheets/shapes will be a big deal.
“All musicians are subconsciously mathematicians.”

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