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A subwoofer that does not incorporate a built in amplifier, and therefore requires external amplification.
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PCM
Acronym for Pulse Code Modulation. A means of digital encoding.
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Pe
Electrical power, P = V^2 / R or P = I^2 * R, where V = voltage, I = current and R = resistance.
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The maximum amplitude of a voltage or current.
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Peak power is measured during a brief musical burst, such as a sudden drum accent. Some manufacturers display peak power ratings on the face of their... [Read more]
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A plastic-based polymer used primarily for tweeters and midrange cones offering high resistance against harsh environmental extremes, superior... [Read more]
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The basis for Dolby Digital data reduction, the fundamental concept behind perceptual audio coding is to emphasize sounds that we do hear in a signal... [Read more]
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A prefix meaning 1015 or 1,000,000,000,000,000.
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The relative position of two sound waves with respect to each other.
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The relationship and timing of sound coming from different drivers mounted in different locations in a vehicle or a room.
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A type of audible distortion caused by the time delay between various parts of the signal.
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Frequency interaction in the crossover region of passive crossovers which can cause some frequencies to be delayed with respect to other frequencies.
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A semiconductor device which provides variations in current as a function of light intensity.
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A very efficient, highly directional tweeter that operates without a crossover or magnet. Driver creates sound when a quartz crystal receives... [Read more]
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Sound with all frequencies perceptible to the human ear reduced to an equal energy level.
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A device used to generate pink noise that usually includes a calibrated microphone coupled to a Real Time Analyzer. Commonly used tool for audio... [Read more]
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A simple spring-loaded mechanical switch used in many different vehicles designed to turn on interior lights when doors are opened. Pinswitches are... [Read more]
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Pit
One of the depressions that represents data in a compact disc. May also be referred to as bumps, this is what the pick up sees.
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A flat panel speaker.
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Most electrostatics and magnetic planars have a large surface area. Think of a wide board dropped flat onto the water surface. The sound can be... [Read more]
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A speaker that has two drivers mounted side by side on a flat surface.
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Acronym for Peak Music Power. Used on gears that need to look more powerful than it is.
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Most multi-unit loudspeakers try to approximate a point-source. Think of a pebble dropped into the water and the expanding wave pattern away from... [Read more]
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The electrical quality of having two opposite poles, one positive and one negative. Polarity determines the direction in which a current tends to... [Read more]
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