How do you reset the Aether cone?

Connect to the Cone and begin playing your music. buttons for 10 seconds or until the centre light flashes red. 3. Let go of the buttons and your Cone will reset.

What is a speaker cone?

The loudspeaker cone or speaker diaphragm is the main active area of the loudspeaker. When activated by the coil, it pushes the air backwards and forwards to create the sound waves.

What makes a good speaker cone?

For this reason, even-tempered and consistent materials are required; in a perfect world, a speaker cone should be very rigid and durable, but also lightweight and capable of starting and stopping vibrations on a dime.

What is Spider loudspeaker?

Spider. The Spider fits around the speaker voice coil and is attached to the speaker basket. It is one of the components (along with the cone) that help to keep the voice coil centered in the magnetic gap and affects excursion (movement).

What type of speaker cone is best?

The best thing about plastic (polypropylene) cones is that they perform pretty well and their manufacturing uniformity is very high and inexpensive to produce. These cones have a major advantage in that they are highly damped and lossy.

Which speaker cone material is best?

Aramid fiber was our cone material of choice for many reasons. Not only is Aramid fiber extremely robust (it absolutely will not dent, and you would be hard pressed to poke a hole through it), but its tonal characteristics are the best of all worlds.

What is center of speaker called?

This is the speaker Terminal. Dustcap. The Dustcap, Dustcover or Center Dome. It fits on top of the voice coil former or over it and attaches to the cone.

What is a speaker magnet?

To make the cone (or panel) of the speaker move, magnets are used to create an opposing magnetic field which creates vibrations. These vibrations are the sound we hear. Speakers often contain large magnets inside of them, as a larger opposing magnetic field creates more vibrations.

What is Spider in speaker?

Are Kevlar woofers good?

Kevlar’s tensile strength is more than 14 times greater than that of Polypropylene. Remember, for the most accurate representation of sound quality, you want a woofer to be made of a material that has low mass, but great stiffness, with low absorbency and high heat resistance. Kevlar has all of these properties.