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What is a Dynamic Microphone?

What is a Dynamic Microphone? A dynamic microphone consists of a plastic diaphragm, voice coil, and a permanent magnet. The diaphragm is connected to one end of the voice coil, while the other end of the coil is loosely supported around (or within) the magnet. When an alternating pressure is applied to the diaphragm, the [...]

Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly?

Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly? Magnets and microphones play huge roles in our everyday lives. You may have read somewhere that magnets play a central role in microphones. Is this true? Do Microphones Need Magnetism To Work Properly? Dynamic mics (moving-coil and ribbon) convert energy via electromagnetic induction and have built-in magnets around [...]

Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets?

Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets? Magnetic materials and magnetic fields are all around us, but it may come as a surprise to you that the headphones you’re wearing have magnets, too! Why & How Do Headphones Use Magnets? Headphones act as transducers of energy, converting electrical energy (audio signal) into mechanical wave energy [...]

Magnets In Loudspeaker Drivers

Magnets In Loudspeaker Drivers Magnets In Moving-Iron Loudspeaker Drivers The moving-iron loudspeaker was the first effective electromagnetic loudspeaker design. Today, the design is pretty well relegated to balanced armature headphone drivers, but this driver type is still worth mentioning. Let’s have a look at the balanced armature headphone driver design to explain the magnets of [...]

Why And How Do Speakers Use Magnets & Electromagnetism?

Why And How Do Speakers Use Magnets & Electromagnetism? Magnetic material and magnetic fields surround us in our day-to-day lives, from the refrigerator magnets to the Earth’s magnetic field to the speakers in our homes, on the stage, in our cars, etc. Why and how do speakers use magnets? Speakers are transducers of energy that [...]

Big Magnets Make For Better Loudspeakers

Big Magnets Make For Better Loudspeakers Everybody who listens to audio, whether music, podcasts, movies or other media, depends on speakers. From standalone loudspeakers and monitors to headphones and earphones to built-in laptop and cell phone speakers, it’s clear that speakers vary significantly in size. With most speakers being electromagnetic, it begs the question: do [...]

Loudspeaker, Headsets, Woofer Magnets

Loudspeaker, Headsets, Woofer Magnets A loudspeaker is an electroacoustic transducer which converts an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. Magnets are widely used for loudspeaker/headsets/woofer , it included AlNICO , NdFEB and Ferrite magnets and so on. Typical speaker NdFeB magnets for Loudspeaker/headsets/Woofer : D5*1.2mm D4.25*1.5mm D6.5*2.0*1.5mm D9.5*1mm 8.9*1.8*0.8mm D12.5x2mm D9.9x3.2x1mm D9.9x3.2x2mm Block3.2x2.2x1mm Typical [...]

Why Do Speakers Have Magnets?

Why Do Speakers Have Magnets? Speakers have magnets because magnets create an opposing magnetic field which results in vibrations which are the sounds we hear. Let’s explain a bit further. As you already know, for speakers to work, they need electric current. This current goes through a coil in the speaker and creates a magnetic [...]

Types of Speaker Magnets

Types of Speaker Magnets Its a common question, which type of magnet is used in speakers? If you are new to the speaker world, you have to understand that every sound speaker, whether small or the most powerful one, all are designed with a permanent magnet. The magnet provides a permanent magnetic field for the [...]

Magnetic Speaker Systems

Magnetic Speaker Systems Speakers have been utilising permanent magnets since 1930 and in the last 87 years the core technology has remained largely unchanged. However, with the advent of new materials and ever increasing strength of Neodymium magnets the speaker is constantly been re-invented. None more striking than the B&W Nautilus, now superseded in terms [...]

Introduction About Speaker Magnets

Some Introduction About Speaker Magnets Speakers are a type of transducer which can transfer the electric signal to the acoustic signal. The sound quality of the speaker is largely depended on the speaker magnets. Speakers can be classified to internal magnetic type and external magnetic type according to the magnetic circuit structure. Speakers also can [...]

Neodymium Motor Magnets Manufacturer – HSMAG

Neodymium Motor Magnets Manufacturer - HSMAG HSMAG - Hangseng Magnetech Inc. specializes in researching, manufacturing, developing and selling rare earth neodymium magnets, sintered neodymium radiation ring magnets and magnetic assemblies that our annual output of magnets more than 300 tons. Covering an area of 40,700 square meter modern standard factory, our company is fully implementing [...]

What Are Neodymium Magnet Speakers?

What Are Neodymium Magnet Speakers? Neodymium is an element with specific characteristics that make it particularly well suited for use in speaker construction. Speakers operate by using a magnetic field to generate motion in a coil and speaker cone to project an amplified sound signal. In neodymium speakers & loudspeakers, the rare-earth element is used [...]

Small Neodymium Magnets in Smartphones

Small Neodymium Magnets in Smartphones Neodymium (NdFeB) magnets are an invisible part of every smart phone. These tiny magnets are critical to the function of the phone, working quietly behind the scenes inside the phone case. These internal magnets are typically used in the speaker, receiver, vibration mode motor, taptic feedback motor, and camera auto-focus [...]

What is Speaker Magnet?

What is Speaker Magnet? The neodymium speaker magnet produces a magnetic field, and the speaker’s voice coil motor is placed in the magnetic field. When the voice coil passes through the audio current, the current will be acted by the magnetic field, which causes the voice coil to vibrate, and drives the paper basin that [...]

Neodymium Magnets vs Ferrite Magnets

Neodymium Magnets vs Ferrite Magnets Neodymium vs Ferrite Magnets - A central question that comes up in a magnet trade study is how to decide whether to use a Neodymium magnet or a Ferrite magnet for a particular application. A trade study that seems very simple at first glance can quickly become more complex once [...]

Custom Neodymium Speaker Magnets with Nickel Coating

Custom Neodymium Speaker Magnets with Nickel Coating, Sintered Neodymium Ring Magnets Performance grade N35-N52 Coating Ni(can be customized) Magnetization Thickness Operating temperature ≦80℃(except N50 and N52) HCJ ≧12kOe(except N50 and N52) Size Custom Material Nd Fe B Custom Neodymium Speaker Magnets with Nickel Coating Manufacture Process of NdFeB Preparation of the raw material [...]

Industrial Magnets

Industrial magnets are high-strength magnets that have certain characteristics that make them ideal for applications in the industrial industry. In general, a wide spectrum of industries are increasingly using high-strength magnets to do all kinds of work, from physical metal lifting and separating to motor activation and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Different applications require different [...]

What you choose magnetic disc type?

Which type of magnetic disc should you choose? magnetic disc type - The basic magnetic disc is the most universal in terms of use compared with the other magnetic discs. It is the best type to be used as the magnetic component in a range of different items such as machinery, or even the back [...]

Magnet Applications

Magnet Applications, magnets for Speaker, Motor, Toy, Sensor, Switch Speaker magnets are important components in speakers Majority of speaker magnets are made from ferrites, the cost is 10 times less than NdFeB magnets. More and more speaker magnets are made from NdFeB or NdNiCo. They are processed through sintering and electroplating. NdFeB magnets for speakers are used in high-quality speakers, [...]

Speaker drivers

A speaker drivers are an individual loudspeaker transducer that converts an electrical audio signal to sound waves. While the term is sometimes used interchangeably with the term loudspeaker (speaker), it is usually applied to specialized transducers which reproduce only a portion of the audible frequency range. For high fidelity reproduction of sound, multiple loudspeakers are often [...]

Magnetically Shield Old Speaker Drivers

Magnetically Shield Old Speaker Drivers Many people don’t realize it, but speakers are actually powered by electromagnetic fields, generated by permanent magnets. Therefore, if you place extremely big or powerful speakers too close to computer hard drives, they can actually cause data loss. Speakers can also cause picture distortion on TVs or monitors, for the [...]

Salvaging Magnets from Speakers

Salvaging Magnets from Speakers This is the season to salvage junk! Where I live, poeple put out big piles of trash every year in April. It's amazing what one can find. Last year I must have found 15 or 20 speakers. I first found out about rare earth magnets from the Smash Lab episode ''High [...]

How Speakers Work

How Speakers Work - Making Sound: Speaker Magnets When the electrical current flowing through the voice coil changes direction, the coil's polar orientation reverses. This changes the magnetic forces between the voice coil and the permanent magnet, moving the coil and attached diaphragm back and forth. How Speakers Work So how does the [...]

What’s a Magnetic Planar Headphone?

Traditional earphones and headphones typically use either balanced armature (a tiny magnetic assembly that pushes a drive rod within a sealed chamber, similar to what it is found in hearing-aid technology) or dynamic drivers (an electromagnetic voice coil repelling a cone from a fixed magnet) or some combination of both balanced armature and dynamic driver(s) [...]

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