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Old 03-31-2012, 05:41 PM
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Default Diaphragm of the Sony MDR-EX1000: the LCP ain't a joke

Compared to an older 16mm diaphragm, the LCP used in the EX1000 is much stiffer.
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And? Does that mean you like the stiffer liquid crystal polymer film diaphragms or not as much? Also is it true the sound signature is high and forward with some sibilance at times?

Edit: BTW I haven't heard them just read that
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No no no. This doesn't involve likes or anything like that. In the EX1000 brochure it is said that the LCP is stiffer than any other diaphragm-making material and I guess that would be correct. From my limited knowledge, of course.

I'm just posting this here since not everybody cracks their EX1000 open.
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