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#429466 - 05/21/18 08:14 PM Axiom and Graphene?
Bdan1987 Offline

Registered: 05/21/18
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I’d love to see axiom start getting into Graphene speakers could be a great new adventure.

I’ve looked into ora headphones and I’m curious if you guys have considered any Graphene type speakers.

#429515 - 06/06/18 04:08 AM Re: Axiom and Graphene? [Re: Bdan1987]
Ian Offline

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I was contacted from a company named Ora last year that had been working on Graphene cones. I offered to make them into a driver and test them in all manners side by side to aluminium but that was where the conversation ended. I will follow up with them again and see if they are in a better position to do this now.
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#429517 - 06/06/18 10:33 AM Re: Axiom and Graphene? [Re: Bdan1987]
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Ian and Andrew are the perfect people to debunk if Graphine is all that some say it's cracked up to be. They will actually test to see if there is any benefit to using it. If you get no real advantage then it makes little sense to move to some exotic material.
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