This post was originally published at bobbyowsinskiblog.com
Let’s face it, loudspeaker transducer technology hasn’t had a real breakthrough in over a hundred years. Every improvement (and there have been many) has been an evolution and not a revolution. That could change soon thanks to some groundbreaking research from the University of Exeter that uses graphene as a transducer.
“What’s so groundbreaking about that?” you might say. Isn’t that just a loudspeaker with a membrane made out of atom-tin carbon?