[SOLVED] PC speaker or pc buzzer?

Toni Vicente

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Hi there!,

In main board B450 Tomahawk MAX in manual say two different positions.
This is a pc speaker:


And this a buzzer:


Or that I thought,

In image all buzzers have the same pins that speakrers, mine have a individual conector by wire. So I plug in buzzer pins accord to manual.



It's is right?
Why all buzzer connectors are using speakers pins, what is the difference?
 
Hi there!,

In main board B450 Tomahawk MAX in manual say two different positions.
This is a pc speaker:


And this a buzzer:


Or that I thought,

In image all buzzers have the same pins that speakrers, mine have a individual conector by wire. So I plug in buzzer pins accord to manual.



It's is right?
Why all buzzer connectors are using speakers pins, what is the difference?
Second picture is also a speaker, just a small one. They all buzz but "buzzers" are piezo crystal based and speakers are magnetic.
 
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Hi there!,

In main board B450 Tomahawk MAX in manual say two different positions.
This is a pc speaker:


And this a buzzer:


Or that I thought,

In image all buzzers have the same pins that speakrers, mine have a individual conector by wire. So I plug in buzzer pins accord to manual.



It's is right?
Why all buzzer connectors are using speakers pins, what is the difference?
Second picture is also a speaker, just a small one. They all buzz but "buzzers" are piezo crystal based and speakers are magnetic.
 
Reactions: DMAN999
I think you're confused about something. Both use the 4 pin connector. You can only plug it one way.

The difference is about the cable header pin of the buzzer and speaker. A buzzer will only use 2 pin. The two middle one but you still connect it to the 4 pin connector. A speaker will use both pin at the extremities but still use the same 4 pin connector.
 
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