Commit e8725d15 authored by Victoria Shen's avatar Victoria Shen

Update README.md

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We then lasercutted the outer frame from 1/8" wood to clamp the coil membrane.
We then lasercut the outer frame from 1/8" wood to clamp the coil membrane.
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We then lasercutted the magnet grid plate from the same kind of wood.
We then lasercut the magnet grid plate from the same kind of wood.
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Here are some five shim/spacers we lasercutted from this thin plastic sheet.
Here are some five shim/spacers we lasercut from this thin plastic sheet.
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If you compare this video with the two spacers one, you will notice that it seems to have better sound with a stiffer coil membrane.
The speaker on the right has some holes that were countersinked so we could nest the bolts deeper into the top frame and hid the holes with a plastic film.
## Links:
- [Planar magnetic headphones](https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/how-planar-magnetic-headphones-work)
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