cone loudspeaker

cone loudspeaker

[′kōn ′lau̇d‚spēk·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A loudspeaker employing a magnetic driving unit that is mechanically coupled to a paper or fiber cone. Also known as cone speaker.
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HSS is the most revolutionary sound reproduction technology since the invention of the cone loudspeaker more than 75 years ago.
Advantages of flat-panel speakers over conventional cone loudspeakers include a more even distribution of sound, broader operating bandwidth and the potential for overall weight reduction in a typical installation," said a spokesman.
In a dramatic departure from conventional cone loudspeakers that displace air across a single diaphragm, the Tymphany LAT technology displaces air using a linear array of multiple smaller diaphragms to generate sound at high decibel levels across a wide range of frequencies -- from 20 Hz to above 4 kHz.