Dreams of sounds and glue and batteries

Mordechai was six years old when his family made aliya from Iran after the establishment of the State of Israel.

August 16, 2017 19:35
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Handmade Morel speaker

Handmade Morel speaker. (photo credit: FRANZISKA KNUPPER)


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Bending, cutting, gluing. The bending of the iron sheet is the tricky part. Thin and slippery, the sharp edges might cut your finger. But the woman in blue seems to be at ease. Bending, cutting, gluing, next.

“This is going to be what is called the voice coil, the part of the speaker that moves the membrane, which then moves the air, which then becomes our ultimate goal: sound.”


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