Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Thu 29th Jan 2009 01:18 UTC
Multimedia, AV Calm down, calm down. It was simply a manner of speech. No, they haven't developed the all too popular garments that render the wearer invisible, but we are about to take a look at some pretty spiffy technology that will doubtlessly save you some space in the family room as well as give you something to brag about to your somewhat less technologically inclined friends: "invisible" speakers.
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RE: This is mono, right?
by Brendan on Thu 29th Jan 2009 10:43 UTC in reply to "This is mono, right?"
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This produces mono sound, right? Or at least, each membrane is one speaker, so if you have a membrane on a monitor, it'll be mono. This is certainly useful, but it won't replace my desktop speakers.

I'm thinking that a large plane like that wouldn't be too good for high frequency sounds, but might be perfect for low frequency sounds.

I'm thinking small tweeters on the left/right, smallish midrange electromagnetic speakers on the left/right, and one bass speaker built into the LCD screen.



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