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Abstrahlmembran

English translation: radiating diaphragm

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German term or phrase:Abstrahlmembran
English translation:radiating diaphragm
Entered by: SeonjooLee
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05:15 Dec 27, 2005
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Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng / Biegewellenlautsprecher
German term or phrase: Abstrahlmembran
Der Einsazt des streifenf?migen Elements zur Anregung einer Abstrahlmembran eines Biegewelenlautsprechers gestattet es, eine niedrigste Wiedergabefrequenz gegen?er dem streifenf?migen Element nach dem Stand der Technik um eine Oktave zu tieferen Frequenzen hin zu verschieben.
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This appears on a text on "piezoceramic element". Could anyone tell me what "Abstrahlmembran" means and how it is expressed in English?

Many thanks
SeonjooLee
Local time: 22:16
radiating diaphragm
Explanation:
"Membran" refers to the diaphragm or cone of the unit - i.e. the element that produces or "radiates" sound by transferring mechanical oscillations to the surrounding air.... on standard speakers this is the "cone"
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w.wagner
Local time: 15:46
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Thank you for your kind explanation!! :)
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radiating diaphragm


Explanation:
"Membran" refers to the diaphragm or cone of the unit - i.e. the element that produces or "radiates" sound by transferring mechanical oscillations to the surrounding air.... on standard speakers this is the "cone"

w.wagner
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Thank you for your kind explanation!! :)
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