How it's Made - Cool manufacturing Videos


I thought this would be a good place for people to share videos from manufacturing.

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erik_squires
Here is the MBL, with extra attention to the tweeter section!

Thanks to another Agoner who brought this to my attention in the Tweeters thread.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrNOq41LGjs
MBL Omni build (part 2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5EMrFsT7V4
Seas (top brand from Norway) tweeters:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADGY8MiyRXE
Here is a cool kit being assembled, anyone into DIY? :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iV-DNY_Ki4
This is a tear down instead of an assembly of an Air Motion Transform tweeter.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzXBnRbUwbA

I just want to remind viewers, there is a large difference between the cheap and most expensive tweeters in all types.
Google magneplanar factory tour for some fun pics (I've not seen a video)
Eric, thanks for the fun and informative post.
Hey Erik - It's interesting that you started this thread, as I just saw the MBL's on HIM yesterday. I then remembered that when I purchased my current main speakers from a fellow A-Goner several years ago that he had a pair of MBL's set up in his listening room -

They are absolutely gorgeous, but I just couldn't stop thinking how amazing they would be if you could somehow have a separate speaker for each performer in the mix.

They definitely appealed to the inner-geek/ engineer in me but not sure how practical they would be in everyday use.  Gotta love the German engineering though.  :)

Greg



Here’s a (bit old) video showing the manufacturing steps for ML hybrid electrostatic speakers... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9cOQCWfNRs
Greg,

Then you need to try an MBL setup with Neo6 Music mode with a center channel.

:)

That or an animatronic setup.

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Erik - At that point I think it would be cheaper to simply book the bands of my choosing for an  in-home performance :)
Greg,

That's true with ANY MBL setup. :)

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