Fractal Fiberglass Mesh
JM Audio Editions developed a unique approach to spreading sound without affecting any one frequency. Utilizing Patent pending multilayer JM Proprietary Fractal Mesh Technology (TM) -The proprietary fiberglass weave was designed in a fractal pattern for one purpose- to make sound spread out with any muting or alteration of any one frequency. It will not suck sound out or become absorbent. The principles are similar to those used on the DCA CRBN (meta material at front of driver inward facing ear) and Abyss (on the rear open back end using porous aluminum). One day in the future- fractal fiberglass mesh could be vital for the advancement for all headphones by replacing soft foam, fabric or other materials. But for now only JM Audio Editions include this technology.
Extruded RMD Fractal Fiberglass
this is the key to making headphones less in your head we think while not touching any frequency db (no muting)
The Fibonacci like pattern that make the image and sound stage sound much larger than even open backs - it’s a time consuming process- this non fabric design may just revolutionize all headphones designs and hopefully one day replace the use of typical fabric.
(a) which tends to mute certain frequencies - replace all fabric in headphones with the fractal (c) fiberglass muti-patern actually helps bring all frequencies out and expand them
layers of fiberglass and porous carbon shaped similar to a Fibonacci like pattern that make the image and sound stage sound much larger than even open backs - it’s a time consuming process - this non fabric design may just revolutionize all headphones designs and hopefully one day replace the use of typical fabric (figure a) which tends to mute certain frequencies -I can see this being the future of headphones and can replace all fabric in headphones with the fractal (figure c) fiberglass multi-pattern actually helps bring all frequencies out and expand them (see image)
the pattern I created here actually de-accelerates the sound waves into a very spacious sound "meshing" unlike fabric which has a deadening narrowing effect (see diagram labeled planar surface a) - this mesh material tunes the sound waves and it comes alive due to their fractal nature- and allows pinpoint accuracy and a wider stage fooling the waves into a creating a larger than life pattern while minimizing any echo or ring in sound waves - it works better than fabric (the idea comes from using much more expensive porous/foamed aluminum similar to ones used on the back wave of the Abyss AB 1266 TC or the Meta Material used in front of the Dan Clark Stealth or the Meta material used in the KEF speakers)