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gsaivenkat

  • one year ago

how can a speaker's membrane can be able to produce almost all sounds by vibrating the membrane?

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  1. gk_goel
    • one year ago
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    sorry......this is not the right place to ask this....

  2. junkyard
    • one year ago
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    Sound is just variations of air pressure. It should be clear that a vibrating membrane will cause air pressure to vary and propagate away from it. How accurately you can control the membrane position with time will determine how accurately you can reproduce a desired sound.

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