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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by millsbass5, May 6, 2010.
This is pretty wild. Now,I'm no tech-head by ANY means. But....
This is probably going to be a hot topic. You should really edit your thread title to mention him and the name of his product so people can find it easier.
Paging Mr. Fitzmaurice
I'm obviously too used to working with optics, not what I assume when I hear "waveguide"
Would have been helpful to hear something other than 8 b notes.
Over 2 years since the previous thread started, and still nothing recording wise that anyone can consider quality or reliable.
That has to say something. More than enough decent players around that could sit down with it and something like Zoom H2 and get a quality sound recording.
But that's 'if' the product is capable of it.
:: shrug ::
That thread was about his circular array of small speakers that simulated a single cone of the same diameter.
Seems like this "transverse waveguide" would be easy enough to build and get some idea if it's workable, based on his description in the video.
Absolutely no science, or measurements, or blind listening tests.
It's nothing special.
No, it was the same fan-shaped wave device. The reference to multiple small speakers was just a simile description of what the fan blades would act like.
No, it was about the circular array (see picture). No mention of the transverse waveguide.
Egg-zactly!!! I agree!! That's no way to demo/pitch a product!
I bet he's fun at parties :scowl: tell me again whats wrong with round speakers? if it ain't broke don't fix it...
Yes please...Bill...enlighten us.
I am more than a little skeptical of this contraption
Interesting. I wish he'd played a bit more with the big one.
Well at least it is something new? I suspect cancelation problems.