What purpose do the magnet rings serve on speakers?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Redneck_ranger, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Title basically says it all. The speakers I got today had bigger magnets on them than the factory ones. So what do they do? And how is the power and quality affected and bettered when certain speakers are made?
     
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  3. doyouquaxu

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    the coil in the speakers get charged, which makes them oppositely charged from the magnet. this charge makes the speaker cone move because it's connected to the coil, which makes the sound waves you hear.
     
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    Redneck_ranger

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    That sounds extremely complicated, yet so cool! I wonder how they figured out that would make it happen?
     
  5. doyouquaxu

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    Redneck_ranger

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    Lmao. Makes you wonder how a lot of things came to be. It's truly mind boggling.
     
  7. doyouquaxu

    doyouquaxu FUUUUUUUUUUUUU

    just say thank you for the world's greatest invention: beer
     
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    Redneck_ranger

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