Acoustic Industry

The basic design of the loudspeaker hasn’t changed much in the past 50 years. On the contrary, many materials incorporated in loudspeaker design have improved dramatically. Back in the 50s and 60s, Alnico was the most common magnet used in loudspeakers. However, a shortage in materials and increased costs for Alnico during that time precipitated a shift to the widespread use of the ceramic (Ferrite )magnets  and Neodymium Magnet most of us are familiar with today.

Acoustic Industry
Magnet for compression drivers

Magnet for compression drivers

With the EZ, EZHD and EZHP synchronous servo motors, STÖBER is offering brushless, permanent magnet excited and electronically commutated motors with different power profiles.

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magnet for cone driver

magnet for cone driver

As a Neodymium permanent magnet manufacturer which has … Continue reading View the Solution

magnet for Microspeaker

magnet for Microspeaker

Our speaker magnets are mainly applied to the microspea … Continue reading View the Solution

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