2 edition of making of a speaker found in the catalog.
making of a speaker
William M. Lamers
|Statement||[by] William M. Lamers ... [and] M. Edward Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, Mary Edward, 1889- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PN4121 .L12|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii p., 1 l., 522 p.|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||37024795|
To find readers and make a name for yourself, you need to put yourself out there. Speaking engagements garner attention for your book and set you apart from the (shy!) pack who aren’t as comfortable in the limelight. The good news is that even if you aren’t a born speaker, you can learn the skills you need to become comfortable on the stage. 1. Remove the woofer from an old speaker. Most speakers can be reverse engineered into DIY mics. The most useful are the woofers (bass speakers) from three-way speaker towers. Modern speakers tend to be smaller, so these big towers are frequently sold cheaply at tag sales or put out by the street for free.
Learn the concepts you need OR choose any of the eleven tested and proven speaker designs included in the book. Features a variety of speaker projects, many of which have been tested by loudspeaker expert, Joseph D’Appolito. Written for beginners who want to build and intermediates who want to improve their speaker design and building skills. Ask the speaker if he or she has a prepared introduction. If it’s a professional speaker, the answer will almost certainly be yes. Read the written introduction of the professional speaker word for word. It’s likely that the experienced public speaker has crafted that introduction word for word, sentence by sentence.
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I built my first set of speakers as a high school student over 10 years ago. I've been making them for friends, clients, and now for Instructables as a prize for our Art of Sound Contest ever since.
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Writing a book is neither necessary for sufficient to work as a public speaker. You don't need to write one to do it -- and having written one guarantees nothing.
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We have extensive experience with all types of events ranging from small workshops, courses and meetings to big conferences and events. A typical speaker contains two magnets and a cone made of paper or plastic (see the following figure).
The black material you see in the mini-speaker shown is the paper cone. One of the speaker’s magnets is a permanent magnet (meaning that it is always magnetized) and the other is an electromagnet.
DIY SPEAKERS MANUAL This is a step-by-step guide to soldering your own amplifier and create your own set of speakers. You will need a soldering iron, protective eye wear and some materials to build your speakers with.
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