where is the doorbell speaker in your house?

whenever you ring a doorbell you can hear it throughout the entire house. but where is the speaker???????

7 Answers

  • 4 weeks ago

    It's not a speaker, it's a chime that's usually located in the hallway.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Think Easter egg, and go find it (the chime).

  • 4 weeks ago

    It's a speaker that plugs directly into a socket but it's never plugged in, defeating the objective. There isn't many plug sockets, the building is old and hasn't been updated well so there's not enough sockets for today's living.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Ours is in the hallway, near the door.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    I have a Ring Doorbell, so it's my cell phone that buzzes.

    • Ding Dong
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      4 weeks agoReport

      That's really cool, I didn't know such a thing existed.

  • 4 weeks ago


  • 4 weeks ago

    The heart of a doorbell is an electromagnet. Electromagnets are coils of wire wrapped around a small piece of magnetic metal. When electricity passes through the wire, it creates a magnetic field around the wire.

    When you press a doorbell button, you complete an electrical circuit that allows household electricity to flow through the doorbell's internal electromagnet. The magnetic field generated by the electromagnet is then used to power a mechanism that creates the doorbell sound.

    Doorbells are low-voltage devices. This means they require relatively little energy to operate. An important part of a doorbell mechanism is the transformer. The transformer converts regular 120-volt household current to the lower voltage (usually somewhere between 6-16 volts) required by the doorbell.

    A simple chime doorbell uses the magnetic field created by the electromagnet to move a magnetic piston to strike two tone bars. This makes that “ding dong" sound you've probably heard many times.

    Source(s): https://www.wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-does-a-doo... literally copied from this website
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