For s sense of scale here it is in relation to a charge coil for the magnet in a Sequerra ribbon.
This is a piece of more contemporary audio history. JC built the charger for Dick Sequerra to charge the magnets for his ribbon drivers.
While running it through its paces I was able to reverse the field in a N52 Neo magnet and in my attempt to see if I was reaching maximum charge this happened when I set the voltage to 400V and got a larger "POP" then expected.
The coil was 10 turns of #16 wire encased in JB weld. The wire broke into several parts and the JB weld was nowhere to be found. I have always heard stories how they would often vaporize the charge coil in big magnets.... never thought I would experience it first hand.