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The temperature of the Proprius fluctuates between quite cool and quite warm. One can be a different temperature to the other too. This is all independent of playing any music through them. The Majestic temperature oscillates in a similar way; can get quite warm but never hot.

I have considered planar magnetic and electrostatic speakers in the past but have rejected both for various reasons such as high expense, complexity, safety, physical size/weight et al. Electrostatic designs must be in a fully energised state (powered on for a long time) before they'll sound their best. I decided to opt for low moving mass, wide dispersion single dynamic emitters for simplicity and for a more consistent sound.

Edited by Ash - 04 Mar 2017 at 9:23pm
Bitzie, Majestic, 4x Proprius, Lautus USB, Lautus coaxial, Lautus phono-XLR, Lautus-R3 TRS-XLR, Mark Audio Alpair 10P/10MAOP/12P/12PW
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