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The PVDF film speaker: thinnest speaker in the world

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New York City, New York – (StockNewsDesk) – 02/10/2015 — The PVDF film technology has brought the thinnest speaker ever in the world. There is no doubt that it is a huge wonder and the first of its kind. The speaker is thinner than paper. It does not only sound incredible but the sound quality it produces is rich, too. The speaker material is only 80 microns thick. This is really the material of future. The PVDF speaker material can be cut and shaped into any form you can imagine. It comes with a great ability to produce sound in a large range of frequencies. It is also capable of producing great sound in tight and unique spaces. The possibilities it serves are beyond your imagination.

The Polyvinylidene Fluoride Piezoelectric Film, or PVDF, is a new material available in the class of piezo electric devices. It is all set to create a little wonder in the technology world. The PVDF material is nothing but a plastic polymer sheet. The molecules of the material are aligned in a uniform pattern. It is composed of electrically conductive coating on both sides. In order to use this PVDF material, an electricity supply is needed. A conductive layer of ink is used around the edges, otherwise the heat might destroy the plastic material. It has a specialized manufacturing process. The Kickstarter has arranged a fund raising campaign for this project so it goes smooth in the future.

The PVDF Piezo speaker material comes with great potential for high quality output. It is capable of producing ten times greater sound than ceramic materials. The material is flexible and light weight. Hence it can be shaped into many forms. It comes with great mechanical strength which is impact resistant, too. The PVDF material is durable and moisture resistant. So you can use it anywhere you want. It provides a wide frequency range from 0.001 Hz to 10 GHZ. The technology is much simpler than any other speaker technology. Now you can shape the sound the way you want it.

The PVDF film speaker: thinnest speaker in the world

Though it is the first of its kind, there are many more who have tried to make something similar. They were expensive and not that easy to use. Only experts could use them. But this is something which is really affordable. Affordable does not mean lower in quality. The best ever quality is being produced within a budget friendly price. Making something amazing like PVDF speaker material was not the only goal of the maker. They wanted to make it affordable; too, so more people can use it. They have almost succeeded. Now a good backing from common people and interested people can make a huge difference. The Kickstarter has taken the first ever step towards this.

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