So I just read an article that Berkeley has created a speaker out of graphene, literally threw it together, no development or tuning and it performed better than some Sennheiser MX400s, now these are only $20 earbuds, but for a speaker that has not been developed at all, that's impressive. On top of that, graphene is the fastest/most efficient conductor of electricity known to man currently and it is thermally resistant to thousands of degrees, plus, It is extremely light and supposed to be stronger than diamond. So my thoughts are, insane power handling plus crazy good control? I'm not expert, but graphene could be used to make extremely powerful, efficient, and quality speakers/subs capable of handling tens of thousands of watts thermally. With graphene capable of being flexible as well you could even make the spiders out of the stuff as well as a strong cone and surround capable of handling it mechanically. Any thoughts? If I'm wrong please don't be rude, haha, I'm not claiming to be right, just spitballing.