Speaker, how would you like to make your own?
Speaker making can be thrill when we made some ourselves!
In this Physics project for school for class 9th and 10th , we developed a Science DIY working model of a speaker. We followed the basic principles of electromagnetism and sound. We used a magnet, an electromagnet and a cone to create a speaker that would both create sound and amplify it.
A simple and an exciting, fun Electromagnetism Science DIY project, this kit is very interesting as it demonstrates the concepts of how can an electrical audio signal can be converted to the corresponding sound and how it can be amplified. Also, how to determine the pitch and the volume of the sound can be shown by this DIY Working Science Model.
So why wait? Grab it now and impress your teacher today!
- Styrofoam glass
- Audio /video cord
- Copper wire as per specifications
- Steel wire
- Card sheet
- Neodymium magnets
- Cello tape
- Sand paper (2 by 2 inch.)
You may also need scissors, screw driver and cello tape and an adult to help you.