Small speaker separate from its housing.
Speakers are the artificial mouths and singers of the modern age. When given electrical signals, they push against the air, producing sound waves that can be picked up by the human ear. They do this by running the electrical signals through an electromagnetic coil. As the coil moves, it moves a cone-shaped diaphragm along with it, producing sound waves. Speakers come in all shapes and sizes, with small ones used in communication devices, headphones, and computers.
Can be carefully extracted from cell phones and radios.
- x 5
- Wire x 5