#1
Assuming that both are the same wattage, will more voltage and less current, or less voltage and more current, make a speaker cone move more? Or will it just be the same?
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#3


But seriously?
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1/2" dia. flat panel speakers.
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well simple electromagnetic physics. voltage is the flow of electricity in the positive direction. thus, impedance is flow of current that opposes the flow of the voltage. simply put the more wattage flows through the speaker the more the electromagnetic waves are acting upon the speaker, and thusly the more the speaker will vibrate, or "move".
#7
depends on the speaker design/technology... generally with most it's a modulation of current that makes the magnets charge and discharge and the voltage has to vary according to the design of the speaker to keep the voice coil moving the speaker cone at different distances from center...

What you are asking is like what makes a car go faster... gas (or electric for you hybrid people) or the motor.... nevermind we're leaving out the transmission....
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#8
So basically a 1W speaker will vibrate the same amount at 10V/100mA as it will at 1V/1000mA?

EDIT: Nevermind, that was to poster above you.

I understand now.
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#9
theoretically yes... or it could melt the electronics....
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#10
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Assuming that both are the same wattage, will more voltage and less current, or less voltage and more current, make a speaker cone move more? Or will it just be the same?
it will never happen.

for a given speaker, the current is determined by voltage/impedance.
you can't apply less voltage and and get more current.
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#11
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1/2" dia. flat panel speakers.

Nah. What I meant, was that maybe the size could influence how much it moves. The "?" was because I'm just guessing and don't know.
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