Speakers translate electrical signals into sound, so you can hear audio
from a home theater system, a cellphone, or stereo speakers. Using an
electromagnet and a permanent magnet, speakers pulse electricity into
a cone of flexible material, which emits sound. To learn more about how
speakers work, read on.
An electromagnet is a metal coil that generates a magnetic field every
time electric currents flow through the coil. In a home theater speaker,
this electromagnet is located in front of a permanent magnet. As electricity
pulses through the electromagnet coil, the magnetic field vibrates back
and forth in reaction to the permanent magnet. The flexible material amplifies
the vibrations, which creates sound.
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