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Yep. But then we'd have to start worrying about the effects of large magnetic fields on performance and measurements. Microphones can be adversely affected by magnetic fields ... but I'm not sure whether a maglev system would be on that scale or not.AZBrandon wrote:If you arranged enough of them, you'd be able to suspend the room on a cushion of magnetic repulsion with no contact with the ground. Kind of like maglev trains. Like maglev trains, it's probably cost-prohibitive for general use.