Back-up alarms, also known as back up beepers, are used in vehicles with an obstructed view to the rear to help warn passers-by when the vehicles are moving backward.

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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Stetron has developed two loudspeakers for use in medical ventilators.

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A distributed audio system, as its name implies, distributes audio to many loudspeakers at the same time instead of only one or a few loudspeakers.

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Because of the versatility of sound bars as far as size and function are concerned, they can be used in a multiplicity of applications.

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For a loudspeaker to faithfully reproduce a sound, it’s critical that the cone moves directly in and out of the frame in sync with the drive signal.

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The total harmonic distortion (THD) is a measure of the relative contribution of these harmonic sine waves to the devices overall output.

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Stetron has developed a new 40mm Speaker designed for remote patient monitoring and medical devices.

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SPL is typically measured using decibels (dB), which are derived by considering the ratio of a given pressure with some reference pressure.

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The resonant frequency of a speaker, f0 (pronounced: F-naught), is the frequency below which a loudspeaker is increasingly unable to generate sound output for a given input signal.

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