They jumped out of the box and into a plate!
Sorry, can't think of anything funnier to say .
There is another Australian brand using a likewise technique for the tweeter.
Wouldn't that completely mess with the imaging? It may disperse sound and sound good at first but over time, I would think that the deficiencies of said design would detract from the listening experience and not add to it. I have not heard said design and I really can not comment other than what I have said but logic tells me that thinking outside of the box in this case is not a good thing.
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Cute! They look like Nespresso accessories LOL
I think the common use is a sarcastic one many times today as Vincent has done.
Come to think of it, I don't know that we have a modern version of it. People tend to use the word "innovation" instead. But maybe there is a better one...
Looking better at the speakers I think they can be innovative. Most probably the small metal diffusors are heatsinks connected to an heating device and upon reflection in the hot metal the treble becomes hot: As they say: with the masses, congested bass and hot treble sell