dynamic loudspeaker

dynamic loudspeaker

[dī¦nam·ik ′lau̇d‚spēk·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A loudspeaker in which the moving diaphragm is attached to a current-carrying voice coil that interacts with a constant magnetic field to give the in-and-out motion required for the production of sound waves. Also known as dynamic speaker; moving-coil loudspeaker.
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On first hearing the Rosinantes, a friend from Seattle mentioned that he had never heard a dynamic loudspeaker that sounded so much like an electrostatic.
Kido, "Study on the cone type dynamic loudspeakers," The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan, vol.
The speaker has the sonic purity and inner resolution afforded by the best dynamic loudspeakers, but seems chameleon-like in its ability to change.