Speaker as a Microphone - Why can a speaker work as a microphone? [video]
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In this quick tutorial, Dr. Andres Larraza explains why you can use a speaker as a microphone. A speaker is also known as a loudspeaker or conventional loudspeaker. If you liked this physics video and want to watch the full length demonstration then please visit our youtube channel. There you will find all kinds of physics demonstrations, research projects, and if you're feeling brave, we have free physics classes you can survey. The physics courses we have available are advanced, but don't worry, we'll be adding basic mechanics and basic electricity and magnetism real soon.
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