Anyone knows what is Neodymium speaker technology???


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HN31

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Most likely refers to the type of magnets that are being used. Neodymium magnets are supposedly lighter and have a more powerful magnetic field than traditional ferrite magnets. Doesn't necessarily guarantee better sound though.

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sORe-EyEz

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FYI, its been ard 4 several years already.

when it comes to sound, trust ur ears!;p

best if u hav a keen sense of hearing. :sweat: :sweat:
 

user111

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marketing gimmick :cool:
 

user111

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i use 2 pairs of altec-lansing 220 speakers for fake surround sound :bsmilie:
 

Sandman77

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ahaha i m using Yamaha :p but cheap and Good ..
Comes with woofer ..

:)
 

user12343

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yes, i second that. the job of a magnet is to provide a strong concentration of magnetic field around the voice-coil of a loudspeaker.

it's the other materials like the cone, spider assembly, and rubber surround that gives it the final characteristics of the perceived sound quality.

HN31 said:
Most likely refers to the type of magnets that are being used. Neodymium magnets are supposedly lighter and have a more powerful magnetic field than traditional ferrite magnets. Doesn't necessarily guarantee better sound though.

Hope this helps.
 

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If ears cannot tell the difference, get the cheaper one. Your wallet will definitely be able to tell the difference.
 

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thought neodymium is for portables?
use on speakers like a waste since speakers need density to withstand the air pressure. and then use plumbium cases huh :D
 

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denizenx said:
thought neodymium is for portables?
use on speakers like a waste since speakers need density to withstand the air pressure. and then use plumbium cases huh :D
I tot so too! Normally found in higher end ear and headphones.
 

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denizenx said:
thought neodymium is for portables?
use on speakers like a waste since speakers need density to withstand the air pressure. and then use plumbium cases huh :D
Actually some high-end speakers (e.g. JM Labs Grande Utopia Be) do use neodmium as part of their magnet assembly.
 

user12343

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focal is one of the few companies that makes its own drivers, while some other highend speaker manufacturers eg, sonus faber's cremona gets their drivers from some danish speaker company.... :)
HN31 said:
Actually some high-end speakers (e.g. JM Labs Grande Utopia Be) do use neodmium as part of their magnet assembly.
 

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