What is a composite diaphragm in a speaker?

    1. A diaphragm is a thin sheet or membrane inside a speaker that sends out sound waves when audio is playing.
    2. Behind the diaphragm is a driver that produces sound signals which exert different air pressure on the diaphragm.
    3. This creates mechanical vibrations making the diaphragm move back and forth, releasing sound waves in the process.
    4. The diaphragm is also known as a composite diaphragm because this thin membrane is made of different materials.
    5. Some of these materials include;
        1. Aluminum
        2. Ceramic
        3. Titanium
        4. Beryllium
        5. Silk



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