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When the speaker is playing an extremely loud sound you can break the coil. And when you hear a loud sound you can break the corti.

The speaker operates by responding to positive and negative waves from the amplifier, passing through the voice coil, causing it to be moved back and forth by attraction to one pole of the magnet, and repulsion by the other.

I think as the diameter of the speaker increases the pitch grows lower.

A tweeter is used to produce high frequencies. And the woofer is used to produce low frequencies. I think you could use one without the other however if you were to play music using them you would either mostly pick up the high frequencies or the low frequencies depending on the speaker you used.

The auricle or outer ear is designed to catch sound waves and direct them into the middle ear. The bumps and crevasses in the outer ear are architected to direct sound into the outer ear almost regardless of the direction the sound is coming from.

The reason you should not insert something into your auditory canal is that you can easily damage your ear drum.

The reason the temporal bone is so strong is because if it were to fracture it would cause hearing loss.

The part of your ear creating the pop in your ear when you change altitudes is your ear drum.

Based on the names of the two parts of the organs, I think that the hammer moves in a swinging motion and the anvil falls downward.

6. The cochlea, the semicircular canals, and the organ of corti.