How are Aluminum Speaker Parts used? Aluminum has been widely used worldwide as a main raw material for electronics components such as speaker systems. This is because aluminum has a high capacity for electrical conductivity, making it an efficient metal for electrical purposes.
In the manufacture of speaker systems, aluminum has found application as the raw material for many speaker components. Aside from the high conductive capacity of aluminum, this material is also lightweight, making it possible for manufacturers to produce portable but powerful speakers. By its nature, aluminum is also a very malleable material, which is why it can be fashioned into different designs and styles for cutting-edge speaker systems.
Aluminum is used in several speaker parts, which include the basket or the speaker frame that holds everything together. Other important speaker parts that use aluminum are the woofers and tweeters. Woofers are used to reproduce the low notes, while tweeters are used to reproduce the high notes. Attached to the woofers and tweeters are the diaphragms, which can also be made of aluminum. This is the part that radiates and vibrates to produce the sound. The diaphragm for woofers is called speaker cones, while the diaphragm for tweeters are shaped like domes. Finally, even the dust cap, which is found at the center of the speaker and protects the speaker against dust and dirt, is often made of aluminum.
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