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A good party starts with conventional loudspeakers

 A good party starts with conventional loudspeakers
When we talk about regular speakers ad conventional loudspeakers, we are talking about the devices which produce sound by converting an electrical signal into sound. The difference between them is that a loudspeaker presents a speaker which can produce a loud sound. To be able to produce a louder sound, conventional loudspeakers need to have a high wattage rating. A wat is a unit of energy that was named after James Watt, developer of a steam engine. When it comes to audio, watts are used to measure the power-handling capabilities of speakers and the power-output capability of amplifiers. In general, conventional loudspeakers are devices that change electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance. More scientifically, speaking, conventional loudspeakers are electroacoustic transducers that convert an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. With the system of loudspeakers amplified electric signals from radios, televisions, and stereo systems are converted into a sound that you can hear. We could say that they are the opposite of a microphone, which converts sound into an electric signal. The origins of Modern electric loudspeakers can be found in telephone and radio technology.
There is a very interesting study behind conventional loudspeakers technology. Their design can be very complicated as there are so many interactions between the electrical, mechanical and other systems. However, the results of their development can be very rewarding and satisfying.
6 different systems of loudspeakers
Conventional loudspeaker system design can be described as a combination of art and science as it involves subjective perceptions of timbre, also known as tone color or tone quality and measurements and experiments. The three most commonly used sound radiation systems are the cone, dome and horn-type drivers.
We can place conventional loudspeakers in 6 different categories:
  • Full-range drivers
  • Subwoofer
  • Woofer
  • Mid-range driver
  • Tweeter
  • Coaxial drivers

Between categories, we can find differentiate multiple characteristics of conventional loudspeakers. Loudspeaker specifications have traditionally described the physical properties and characteristics of loudspeakers: frequency response, dimensions and volume of the cabinet, the diameter of drivers, impedance, total harmonic distortion, sensitivity, etc.

An important indicator of the quality is the magnet placed inside of conventional loudspeaker. Characterized by size and therefore the weight, The larger the magnet, the more powerful the speaker will be. Specifications of every good loudspeaker should contain the weight of the magnet. However, sometimes the number shows the weight of the whole system of the magnet and not only the magnet itself. This could affect the power and quality of the speaker and deceive some into buying something other than what they thought they were purchasing.

Where can I see conventional loudspeakers?
Conventional loudspeakers can be used in multiple applications, such as public address systems, studio monitors, guitar and bass amplifiers, radios, televisions, and home stereos. Whether it’s for music production or general audio consumption, speakers have deeply embedded themselves into the lives of musicians and non-musicians alike.



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