Specialist in Acoustic Components  




Introduction of Micro Speaker



Speaker structure

Sepaerk working theory

Speaker testing

speaker band width

How to choose:

The factors which affect the SPL: the square measure of diaphragm, the amplitude of vibration, magnetic field intensity, power, impedance, resonant chamber, the pattern and the thickness of diaphragm, and the holes.
Power vs. SPL: Suppose all the conditions are the same, increasing the power dose not mean the SPL will increase as well. We need to revise the diaphragm and the sound coil to load the higher power, but it leads to lower SPL instead.
Dimension vs. SPL: A larger speaker can vibrate more air, therefore it provides higher SPL. In addition, the thicker speaker can give wider amplitude of vibration which also leads to higher SPL.
Acoustics: What we request most is how much SPL a micro speaker can output.
Matching: It will be better to provide the power slight higher than the rated power for the enlarged circuit.

Question for mechanism:

The volume of the resonant chamber: The general problem of the consuming products is that the resonant chambers are not big enough. We can only try to find space to enlarge the volume of the resonant chamber.
Sound Hole: Must be more than 1/8 of the diaphragm’s area at least.
Airtight: The front and back sound fields of the speaker should be separated to avoid neutralization.
Shock absorber: When a speaker works the vibration will also happen at the same time. In order to reduce interference, it will do good to have some material between speaker and case to absorb the shock.
Mounting: The speakers are usually fixed on the case. Firmly fixed is important especially for the iron housing or the large size to avoid separating in the drop test.