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The loudspeaker is a device containing one or more electroacoustic transducers which convert an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. Okay, some of those words made it sound boring but bare with me!
Who made it and who would use it?
The loudspeaker was invented by Peter L. Jensen. Mainly or mostly anyone can use a speaker. People use it for music and for their jobs and for sports like if you went to a baseball game, there would be loudspeakers there. Do your friends have speakers to blast their music? I'm sure most of them do. You wouldn't want to be the only one without one right?
Where would it be helpful?
A loudspeaker could come in handy when needed. For example, pretend you are laying in bed, staring back at the ceiling with boredom taking over your free time. What's that beside you? A speaker. Who doesn't like music? Sync that speaker to your phone and jam on.
What does it do?
The loudspeaker transfers electrical energy into sound. When a fluctuating electric current flows through the coil, it becomes a temporary electromagnet, attracted and repelled by the permanent magnet. As the coil moves, it moves the cone back and forth, pumping sound waves into the air
Why is it important? How did it change your life?
The loudspeaker is important because it is used for stadiums, jobs, and music. It changed my life because I can listen to music out loud and when I'm at a Cavs game for example, the loudspeakers are used for announcements and music which is pretty cool so it would be weird without them.