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The Use of Boron for High-Frequency Dome Loudspeakers
The use of boron as the diaphragm material for a high-frequency dome loudspeaker is discussed. To form the diaphragm, a thin film of boron is prepared on a titanium substrate by physical vapor deposition. Details are given of the diaphragm growing method and the performance of the completed dome tweeter.
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