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Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Chu Gai, Mar 28, 2005.
The Ultra Tweeter, well don't you?
LOL.. RS used to have them back in the day....
Gimick.. I actually found with them, audio fatigued me a bit. Well the Old RS ones anyways. Gosh I had forgot all about them. I have no idea what became of the pair I used to have nearly 30 years ago now. man I'm get'n old.
Since my phone is operating at 2.4 GHz could I just leave it on when listening to music to get the same effect?
Please forgive my newbie ignorance, but is that site for real - "Ultra Tweeters" and magic rocks??
Love this claim ...
Can't hear (Rather than produce acoustic energy ...), but supossedly feels good (... Ultra Tweeters actually organize and improve the energy flow in signal conductors...)!
Gee, ... $400/pr for the elusive vapor ware!!!
What happens if you hook them to a pair of bass shakers?
I must not of read enough... They only produce frequencies in the over 100K band???
Geesh... weird for sure.
In theory, it should make you grin when the high, above 100kHz frequencies kick in!!!
No, you've got it all wrong. The Ultra tweeter, using a series of complex mathematical equations connects to any loudspeaker and sits in any convenient location to seemingly "Magically" convert your hard earned money into lines of fluffy-white cocaine directly onto the glass-topped desk of the manager of Golden Sound Inc.
Yep, it's the latest in HT - the SILENT home theater.
Just how long do I have to play them to pop popcorn?
Do they keep insects and small rodents away too?
Microwave range, huh? I guess if you play them loud enough and stand in front of them, it actually cooks your liver. This has just made drinking obsolete.
I knew I was missing all that >100KHz information in my music!
more "air," and lower distortion.
It'd make sense if it were a leaf blower...
It will even keep your coffee warm!
I put my audio electronics under a pyramid. But admittedly it works better out here in California.