October 9, 2018
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This speaker known as “Tulip”, has a cube like base that at the bottom on each side as a collapsible portion. This collapsible portion will make for easier lifting and compression when the electricity is pulsing through to create the sound. At the top of the cube, a paper circle with a large hole is positioned for the magnet portion of the speaker to be placed. The magnet portion is included a paper tube where the actual magnet will be placed from underneath and wire will be wrapped around, while at the top a square is set. This square helps keep the tube in place, as it will bounce once the electricity is connected. Surrounding the entire mechanism is a large paper cone to help amplify the sound that is created inside.
I could give a very detailed description on this object thanks to the pictures and angles given by the presenter. The actual design of the speaker shows the knowledge of the group how the sound needs to reflect from the bottom and out of the top to make the sounds. They made sure of the success though the compression portion of the base and the cone that allows sounds to be amplified.
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