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"85dB @ 100mm" is not the same as the audio industry standard of measuring, which usually occurs at 1m. Rather, this is 1/10th of the gap between the sound source (the watch) and the measuring microphone,Franck Muller Master Square Replica Watches simply because no repeater, striker or alarm watch puts out sufficient sound levels to be measured at that distance. So, Franck Muller Master Square Replica Watches and Devialet chose 100mm (or 10cm) because that's not unlike the space between a watch owner and his or her striker or repeater when it is held up to one's ear.
Now we come to a reality check: nobody in his or her right mind expects a mechanical device the size of a wristwatch to be audible across a room. We are not talking about a small music instrument like a triangle, or even a tuning fork, but an enclosed device 43mm across. And to tell you just how different the Hourstriker Phantom's 85dB @ 100mm is from 85dB at 1m,Rolex Datejust Replica Watches the latter is the same level of noise you would hear in a rowdy restaurant where it would be too loud to hear the other diners at your table. So, no, the Hourstriker Phantom is not going to drown out Metallica at Reading, or annoy your neighbours.
As one expects, both Franck Muller Master Square Replica Watches and Devialet experimented with the case materials and that of the resonating disc which is under the case back. The underside of the watch is perforated with eight openings under this vibrating membrane, to allow the sound to travel. With Devialet's assistance, Franck Muller Master Square Replica Watches devised a complex transmission system that connects the hammers to the membrane, housed the lot in a titanium case and ended up with an arrangement which is certainly - and most important of all, audibly - louder than your typical striking watch.
As for the rest of the timepiece, it contains the UN-610 automatic manufacture movement, showing only hours and minutes. The link to Devialet is acknowledged through the pattern on the dial, which is also found on the front of Devialet's Phantom speaker in the form of a grille to protect the tweeter (the small speaker the delivers the high notes) and it is not a random design. The pattern, called a "Chladni figure," is that which is formed by sound waves when a material like sand is placed on a resonant material, such as a thin metal sheet, and sound passes through it. That it is geometrically perfect is merely one of the wonders of science.