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When designing a loudspeaker, several parameters must be considered, not the least of which is the magnet. Different materials provide unique characteristics that vary to meet different application needs. Some common needs are summarized in the chart below. Anyone pulling apart their stereo speakers in the 70s or 80s is likely familiar with the traditional … Continue reading “Loudspeakers: A Look at Magnets”

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Any loudspeaker driver is essentially an electric motor. It takes an electrical signal as input, generating motion (and sound) output. Unlike a battery’s steady input causing a wheel to continually spin, we vary the input with a signal generated from an original sound source. The motion starts with the interaction between a current-carrying conductor, the … Continue reading “A Loudspeaker Driver Breakdown”

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Likely the widest array of building materials in loudspeakers arises in the choice for the diaphragm (cone), surround, and gasket. These choices yield subtle but profound differences in acoustic performance. They can affect key design outcomes like Thiele-Small parameters and high frequency rolloff, or address performance concerns in different environments. So, let’s look at the … Continue reading “Loudspeakers: A Look at Mylar and Santoprene”

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Ideal for use in telecom handsets, Stetron presents our newly developed dynamic receiver, part number DR0032032NM02NFR. This TIA 920 wide band compliant receiver is a low profile (6mm), high output component. Low profile, excellent THD and frequency response are key deliverables of this competitively priced solution. To learn more about this new dynamic receiver, please … Continue reading “Stetron Introduces New Dynamic Receiver”

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