- Dec 13, 2014
- Gurgaon, India
It kinda pull magnetic effect away from driver, but driver flux guide still maintain the magnetic flux wave path and shape...the result is slightly increased magnetic field but a lot of stray field.Very well. I understand the general concept of a "driver" and how VC control and resonance play into audio reproduction. It seems you have a good understanding of it.
You can gain efficiency and output in the higher frequencies by adding field strength, but at the cost of less resonance and therefore less output in the lows, roughly speaking.
I think i posted earlier and you brought it up as well, but it seems that putting a magnet in the attracted direction would pull the field away from the coil gap. If you put a repelling magnet on the driver, it should direct the field towards the VC gap. I've seen this done on cheap speakers, at least i'm fairly certain they were in reverse orientation.
This increase the magnetic field lines
Doesnt helps in driver shielding... Actually worsen it up if used above N50
Putting it in repelling position increase resonance... But it has to be done in such a way that other pole(not stuck to anything) is shielded to get that effect..
It concentrates the magnetic field lines.
Also helps in driver shielding...
But can kill magnetic force over period of time and thus kill driver