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Magnetic flux density in gap, in Tesla-meters.
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A separate battery added to a security system as an alternate power supply to serve as a backup in case the vehicle's main battery should be disabled... [Read more]
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Sometimes used to describe a speaker cabinet, a baffle increases the low frequency response of a speaker by providing an acoustical seal to prevent... [Read more]
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The relative volume level between two channels, usually the left and right channels. May also refer to the relative volume between front and rear... [Read more]
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Refers to wiring. Audio signals require two wires. In an unbalanced line the shield is one of those wires. In a balanced line, there are two wires... [Read more]
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The strength or power to perform it's task extremely well without loss of performance even when pushed to its limits.
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A two-part filter that cuts both high and low frequencies, allowing the band of frequencies between these two points to pass.
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Type of enclosure used in sub-woofers where the driver is completely inside the enclosure and all the output emerges through a port. This... [Read more]
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A circuit that permits a limited range (or band) of frequencies to pass through unattenuated.
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The range of frequency response between lower and upper frequency points that audio signals pass through an electrical device or conductor where the... [Read more]
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A speaker magnet material made from an alloy with iron and barium for improved magnetic strength.
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The rigid frame of a speaker that supports all of its components.
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The low audio frequency range typically below 500 Hz (hertz).
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Commercial name for auto-sound, first order, high pass crossovers (non-polarized capacitors), generally used on smaller speakers to attenuate mid/low... [Read more]
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A speaker system that utilizes a port in its enclosure and regulates the emission of rear pressure so as to support, rather than conflict, with the... [Read more]
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An electrically connected group of cells, wired in series, that stores an electrical charge and supplies a direct current (DC).
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A signal processing circuit that provides improvements in imaging and spatial realism by altering the frequency and phase characteristics of portions... [Read more]
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The tendency of a loudspeaker to concentrate the sound in a narrow path instead of spreading it.
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A particular crossover configuration that offers superior phase coherence in exchange for a slightly lower level match.
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A type of crossover design characterized by having a linear or maximally flat phase response. Linear phase response results in constant time-delay... [Read more]
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The use of two amplifiers, one for the amplification of lower (bass) frequencies, and the other for higher (midrange and treble) frequencies. The... [Read more]
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The use of two pairs of speaker wire from the same amplifier to separate bass and treble inputs on the speaker.
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1) A high frequency signal used with tape media to elevate its frequency response by energizing the magnetic media. 2) A term applied to the... [Read more]
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Information that is presented as a numeric bitstream of ones and zero's. The language of digital media.
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The smallest unit of data in a digital signal represented by either a one or zero.
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