Piezoelectric Speakers

Hi all,

What's the reason why I can use a standard audio amplifier on a piezoelectric speaker? I have a hunch that it has to do with the speaker being similar to a capacitor wherein high frequency signals "see" less impedance compared to lower ones (?).

Also, any other design tips regarding piezoelectric speakers?


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Ron J
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I mean "can't use a standard audio amplifier." Never mind this question. I found a good ebook on Ceramic Speakers at

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It is a very intersting read.

Reply to
Ron J

On 9 Jan 2006 15:28:42 -0800 in sci.electronics.basics, "Ron J" wrote,

Unfortunately, it's in some incompatible proprietary format and they want me to download a "reader" program - worse, a browser plugin, to view it. Garbage.

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David Harmon

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