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PostSubject: Topic: Materials   Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:34 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Topic: Materials   Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:40 pm

MATERIAL:

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Audio Alloy is more than a material. It's a method of transferring energy from one mechanical source to another without distortion. Cones, spikes, pods, pads, springs, blocks and other isolation, coupling or decoupling devices have become popular buzz prodcuts in the audio industry, but up until now the understanding of mechanical distortion has not been explained, only alluded to. The facts are, in the world of mechanics, adding to sound/signal or taking away sound without harmonic balance (out of tune) is distortion. All audio products vibrate (the key element to audio signal). If this vibration is absorbed or added non-linear, parts of the music wil be out of tune with other parts causing great side effect to the musical soundstage and reproduction of the music. The music will sound like it is in a box instead of filling the whole room, and instruments will sound weak as compared to the true dynamic sound of real instruments. In the audio industry we have been listening to only a fraction of the sound in a recording up until now. Audio Alloy is the first 'brass based' product made with a special distortion-free blend. Even similarly shaped products using standard accepted high quality brasses will not control the 16hz - 33khz used in high end audio as Audio Alloy does. Audio Alloy is an 'oxygen friendly' mix of metal blends which allow the movement of electrons inside the cone to be very stable while passing vibration. The result of this is an unsurpassed full range audio clarity that up till this moment has not been possible to achieve.
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PostSubject: Re: Topic: Materials   Sat Feb 25, 2012 1:44 pm

MATERIAL:

It is hard to beat the sound of wood for reproducing musical note structures. Not just any wood is special though. We spend much time listening to different types and recently have settled on the fast growing younger trees. These trees when cured in our process of nature curing in Nevada are producing fantastic tonality that is among the best we have heard. No need to ever have a system that sounds cold, hard or brittle when nature has provided the perfect tonal material.
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