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After a lot of fruitless goofing around with all manner of heat and twisting, we're stumped as to how to proceed from here. Finally we get impatient and grab the hacksaw (and our ultrasonic cutter) and release the super beefy woofer. Update: An intrepid MacRumors reader had more success here. We tried approximately the same thing with no results, but maybe we should have kept trying! If you must pull one of these apart, give this method a whirl. If the magnet on this woofer looks big for a speaker this size, that's because it is. Deep, dramatic bass notes depend on a speaker's ability to  move lots of air.
  • After a lot of fruitless goofing around with all manner of heat and twisting, we're stumped as to how to proceed from here. Finally we get impatient and grab the hacksaw (and our ultrasonic cutter) and release the super beefy woofer.

  • Update: An intrepid MacRumors reader had more success here. We tried approximately the same thing with no results, but maybe we should have kept trying! If you must pull one of these apart, give this method a whirl.

  • If the magnet on this woofer looks big for a speaker this size, that's because it is. Deep, dramatic bass notes depend on a speaker's ability to move lots of air.

  • While that's traditionally done by increasing the cone's diameter, Apple instead increased the travel of the voice coil (to 20 mm p-p in this case), which in turn requires a bigger magnet. That way the speaker diameter stays small, but it can still move enough air to deliver quality bass notes.

Enfin une jointure au bout de laquelle nous ne semblons pas pouvoir venir à bout. Nous nous armons de la scie à métaux (et de notre appareil de découpe à ultrasons) pour libérer le boomer de ouf.

Ce n'est pas pour rien que le boomer semble énorme par rapport à l'enceinte, c'est vraiment le cas. Les sons graves et dramatiques dans les basses fréquences dépendent de la masse d'air déplacée par l'enceinte.

Habituellement, c'est en augmentant le diamètre du cône qu'on atteint cet effet. Apple a cependant préféré augmenter l'acheminement dans la bobine mobile (20 mm ici), ce qui nécessite un aimant plus grand. Le haut-parleur a un diamètre moindre, mais il reste capable de déplacer suffisamment d'air pour produire des sons graves de qualité.

[* black] Finally:After a seam we can't ''seem''lot of fruitless goofing around with all manner of heat and twisting, we're stumped as to beat. We fire uphow to proceed from here. Finally we get impatient and grab the hacksaw (and our [https://www.amazon.com/Honda-Electronics-ultrasonic-cutter-USW-334/dp/B005QFWCQO/|ultrasonic cutter|new_window=true]) and release the super beefy woofer.
[* icon_reminder] '''Update''': An [https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/nondestructive-look-inside-homepod.2245584/?post=28668912#post-28668912|intrepid MacRumors reader|new_window=true] had more success here. We tried approximately the same thing with no results, but maybe we should have kept trying! If you ''must'' pull one of these apart, give this method a whirl.
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black] If the magnet on this woofer looks big for a speaker this size, that's because it is. Deep, dramatic bass notes depend on a speaker's ability to [https://www.modernspeakers.com/blogs/speakers/back-to-the-basics-the-physics-of-speakers|move lots of air|new_window=true].
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icon_note] While that's traditionally done by increasing the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diaphragm_(acoustics)|cone's|new_window=true] diameter, Apple instead increased the travel of the [https://electronics.howstuffworks.com/voice-coil-speaker.htm|voice coil|new_window=true] (to 20 mm p-p in this case), which in turn requires a bigger magnet. That way the speaker diameter stays small, but it can still move enough air to deliver quality bass notes.
[* black] Finally:After a seam we can't ''seem''lot of fruitless goofing around with all manner of heat and twisting, we're stumped as to beat. We fire uphow to proceed from here. Finally we get impatient and grab the hacksaw (and our [https://www.amazon.com/Honda-Electronics-ultrasonic-cutter-USW-334/dp/B005QFWCQO/|ultrasonic cutter|new_window=true]) and release the super beefy woofer.
[* icon_reminder] '''Update''': An [https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/nondestructive-look-inside-homepod.2245584/?post=28668912#post-28668912|intrepid MacRumors reader|new_window=true] had more success here. We tried approximately the same thing with no results, but maybe we should have kept trying! If you ''must'' pull one of these apart, give this method a whirl.
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black] If the magnet on this woofer looks big for a speaker this size, that's because it is. Deep, dramatic bass notes depend on a speaker's ability to [https://www.modernspeakers.com/blogs/speakers/back-to-the-basics-the-physics-of-speakers|move lots of air|new_window=true].
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icon_note] While that's traditionally done by increasing the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diaphragm_(acoustics)|cone's|new_window=true] diameter, Apple instead increased the travel of the [https://electronics.howstuffworks.com/voice-coil-speaker.htm|voice coil|new_window=true] (to 20 mm p-p in this case), which in turn requires a bigger magnet. That way the speaker diameter stays small, but it can still move enough air to deliver quality bass notes.

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