Speakers By Pascal de Pree

The Role of the Speakers

The role of the Speakers are to use transducers that convert electromagnetic waves into sound waves. The speakers then receive audio input from a device such as a computer or an audio receiver.

The Purpose of the Speakers

THE purpose of the SPEAKER is quite IMPORTANT. THEY ARE THE PIECE OF TECHNOLOGY THAT STANDS OUT FROM THE REST, REGARDLESS OF THIS THE SPEAKERS purpose is OUTPUTTING AUDIO SO THE LISTENER IS ABLE TO HEAR WHAT IS BEING SHOWN.

How the Speakers Work

The speakers work by sending a signal that flows into the voice coil, which drives the speaker. A voice coil is a coil of wire right next to a magnet. All of these tiny pushes of air create sound waves that you can than hear coming from your speakers. The more air the cone pushes, the louder the sound waves are.

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Created with images by phamtu1509 - "techland audio audiovector" • Didgeman - "microphone mixer cable" • Unsplash - "audience concert music" • Pexels - "amplifier music sound"

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