#Loudspeakers

Fitness equipment manufacturers must incorporate robust and high-fidelity audio systems into their equipment. Some of the challenges with incorporating audio into fitness equipment are space, loudness, clarity, inter-changeability, and cost.

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An Intercom system is a two-way communication device that contains electronic circuitry for the purpose of transmitting and receiving audio and/or video signals.

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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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Impedance is characterised by two components: resistance and reactance.

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This driver is suitable for use in products intended to be compliant to UL217.

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There’s always been a bit of a black art to loudspeaker design. The battle between form and function rages in this field. Several animated discussions have been had over the years concerning what some view as an acoustic delight and what significant others view as a garish monolith. And that’s not even getting to what … Continue reading “Thiele-Small Parameters: The Big Picture”

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Like any engineering venture, the choice of material for a loudspeaker diaphragm, also referred to as a cone due to its typical contour, comes with a set of trade-offs that will impact performance. Often, the benefit of a given material for one performance goal poses a setback for another purpose – or purposes. Even for … Continue reading “From the Loudspeaker Diaphragm”

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Any loudspeaker driver is essentially an electric motor. It takes an electrical signal as input, generating motion (and sound) output. Unlike a battery’s steady input causing a wheel to continually spin, we vary the input with a signal generated from an original sound source. The motion starts with the interaction between a current-carrying conductor, the … Continue reading “A Loudspeaker Driver Breakdown”

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Likely the widest array of building materials in loudspeakers arises in the choice for the diaphragm (cone), surround, and gasket.

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