Rodin Coil Diaphramless Speaker!

30 09 2009

Marko Rodin’s toroidal coil, based on his Vortex Mathematics, has potential applications in computer processing, over-unity energy generation, communications, biochemistry,  spacecraft propulsion, theoretical physics…  and also…  crazy-ass mind-bending audio speakers!

[original video was removed so here’s another.]

Rodin has kept fairly quiet with his discoveries for the past 30 years but he is now attempting to share his remarkable  knowledge and technologies with the world.  Check out his site: http://rodin.freelancepartnership.com

For Nassim Haramein fans, here’s a video in 8 parts of Rodin & Haramein hanging out and doing device demonstrations at the recent TeslaTech conference: YouTube

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7 responses

27 10 2009
Tristan

This effect will occur with any ordinary coil of wire wound in the usual manner. It is not unique to the Rodin coil’s special winding pattern. This is based on a simple and well known principle of electromagnetic induction. When a current flows through a wire a magnetic force will result transverse to the flow of current. So as the current from the stereo amplifier varies, your coil is creating a magnetic field that varies accordingly. No sound is generated at first, because the varying magnetic field isn’t exerted on anything. As soon is you put something that is effected by this field a varying force is exerted on it, say a magnet, or a piece iron. This object then moves accordingly.
In your particular set up, it is likely that the vibration of the magnet is actually mechanically vibrating the coil, which is pressed against the piece of wood. The wood is probably acting as the resonator.

27 10 2009
Tristan

To be more exact: The magnet isn’t vibrating the coil mechanically, since it’s obviously not touching it. A more precise account would be to say that the coil is attracted to and repelled from the magnet as the signal varies. The coil and the magnet have a mutual attraction but the coil is more massy, and hence has a greater inertial force. But the conclusion is the same: the board is acting as a resonator due to it’s mechanical contact with the vibrating coil. To prove this you might remove the coil from the board, or place it on an absorbant surface like a piece of foam. The sound will disappear.

27 10 2009
Anonymous

Is there any documentation (video preferred) of this effect elsewhere?

17 08 2010
Anonymous

Here you go:

21 11 2013
Alessandro

Sure that will work. With two marine beettrias and lights you will have to recharge them about every 2-7 days. You will need to use a gas generator to recharge the beettrias. Or you can buy something like a 100 watt solar panel to recharge them.Most rv’s work like this. If you drive with your camper a lot you might look into running some lines from you main truck battery to your marines so you can charge them all at the same time. But remember to put in a switch to turn it off so you can’t drain all of them and get stuck somewhere.

28 10 2010
Vortex Based Math @ TEDxCharlotte 2010 « The Teleomorph

[…] If you’d like an intro to the uncanny and mind-blowing world of vortex-based mathematics read this page (and try not to get turned off the copious use of metaphysical terms, just look, learn and ponder how the numbers actually achieve such bewildering harmony).   There is more information on that site including video demos of Rodin’s toroidal coil which has potential applications in computer processing, over-unity energy generation, communications, biochemistry, monopole generation, spacecraft propulsion, theoretical physics and audio speakers. […]

10 12 2011
Anonymous

how would you go attempt to go about and build one of these ‘rodin’ speakers?

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