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Speakers

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Speakers

 

 

A speaker is a device that converts electrical signals to sound waves. It is a transducer; a transducer is a device that converts one form of energy to another. Speaker may be referred to just one transducer or an integration of many transducers and filters.

 

 

Table of contents:

  1. History
  2. What is a loudspeaker?

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History

Invention of the first Loudspeaker:

 

In 1867, Alexander Graham Bell constructed the first ever electrical speaker device for the purpose of building a telephone. In 1877, Ernst Siemens improved upon Bell's invention and invented a more advanced electrical loudspeaker. During the period of 1867 to 1891, physicists such as Nikola Tesla  were working upon improving this idea of the loudspeaker.

 

 

Alexander Graham Bell,  Nikola Tesla and Ernst Siemens

 

Invention of the modern loudspeaker:

In 1898, Oliver Lodge established the modern idea of moving-coil.

 

What is a loudspeaker?

 

 

 

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