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    WOW WTF another Question from me...

    Alright.. I searched... but idc... i want a differnt answer.

    Ok now I always thought the bigger the magnet... or the more of the magnet in general... would equal more... SPL or SQ..... now I thought the magnet pushes the voice coil which pushes the sub?
    But in reality i know thats not true... just seems logical... I think we should explain this to me here.

    And maybe differnt things about the sub should be stickyed... that way people can see them plain.. right there... and not ask over and over.. (like me)







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    Re: WOW WTF another Question from me...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ecko072Unltd
    Alright.. I searched... but idc... i want a differnt answer.

    Ok now I always thought the bigger the magnet... or the more of the magnet in general... would equal more... SPL or SQ..... now I thought the magnet pushes the voice coil which pushes the sub?
    But in reality i know thats not true... just seems logical... I think we should explain this to me here.

    And maybe differnt things about the sub should be stickyed... that way people can see them plain.. right there... and not ask over and over.. (like me)
    I'm not a 100% expert...but read up on www.bcae1.com

    The magnet doesn't "push" the VC. The magnet around the motor structure creates an electromagnetic field. When there's a positive signal...sub moves out, negative signal...sub moves in! So, the AC current and Motor structure is what actually moves the subwoofer cone. A larger magnet CAN be used for increased power handling...but this is not always true...it's all in the motor struture, suspension, spider and their stiffness, and other parameters. Others will more than likely shine a more technical apest on this question...this is just some of my limited knowledge. peace

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    Re: WOW WTF another Question from me...

    The magnet provides a foundation for movement;

    In other words, if you jump up and down, the ground is your magnet;
    Whereas if you try to jump laying down, there's nothing to push against.

    Just because the earth weighs 82394018324 tons, doesn't mean you can jump off of it harder than if it weighed 345325 tons. ( .. don't nail me for the technicality there. Of course if your jump exerted 654356 tons of pressure, you could jump harder off a .. blah screw it. lol




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