Well designer speakers usually come with "needle" type inverse pyramid mounts to isolate them from what they are standing on, I assume to eliminate vibration.Does floating make sound any better? I don't get the point other than "wow, it floats!"
I want to see an audiophiles take on the final product before I even thinking about throwing down.
Does floating make sound any better? I don't get the point other than "wow, it floats!"
I was told once by a physics teacher that the 'perfect' speaker would theoretically be a floating sphere that changes its diamator back and forth, this elimanates all distortion caused by a normal cone speaker. This looks cool for sure, but when I first saw it I thought of the 'perfect' speaker and this is NO where near that. Traditional cone speakers inside a floating sphere.