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DAYTONA EXCITER Live act at SLAM JAM SPAZIO MAIOCCHI

 

CAR CRASHES / RESONANT BODIES
AUDIO INSTALLATION AND LIVE PERFORMANCE

 

ROCCO RAMPINO / DANIELE GUERRINI

 

a project by GIORGIO DI SALVO

 

Filmed by NO_TEXT

 

Supported by Slam Jam

 

 

A sound exciter is a loudspeaker without the frame and cone. Exciters function by replacing these components with a rigid surface which vibrates in order to create sound.
This is why exciters are often referred to as the “invisible” or “universal” speaker, as they can often be placed on surfaces not conducive to traditional speakers or in locations where hidden speakers are desired.

 

Exciters are comprised of a motor assembly, a voice coil, a suspension system, electrical connection terminals, and an adhesive ring or coupling plate which joins the exciter to the mounting surface.
When a signal is transmitted to the exciter, the unit begins to vibrate at the frequency of the signal and those vibrations transfer through the exciter’s mounted surface thus emitting sound.

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