- Published on Thursday, 19 December 2013 14:58
Production challenges have compelled suppliers to shelve the earlier objective to develop SMD variants.
Microspeaker makers in China have shifted focus back to conventional small configurations, setting aside the planned R&D on SMD units due to manufacturing difficulties. This is because Mylar, the widely adopted diaphragm material, cannot withstand the temperature in reflow soldering ovens, which exceeds 200 C. It will already soften when subjected to 130 C.
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