Loudspeakers vibrate in order to produce the sound you hear. This vibration is transmitted from the loudspeaker cabinet to the cable and back to the amplifier.
Amplifiers vibrate from the mechanical forces created by the currents in the supply transformers and in the circuits driving the loudspeakers. These vibrations are transmitted by the cable to the loudspeaker.
Cables vibrate from the mechanical forcescaused by the current in their cores. All this vibration causes mechanical stresses in the cable that result in small levels of noise or distortion voltages that add to the electrical waveform driving the loudspeakers. That these noises are audible can easily be proved by application of mechanical damping such as the GN Legacy Range Vibration Stabilisers.
VS-1 Vibration Stabiliser
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