A device which converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance, usually outdoors; it is used to amplify or transmit over a distance speech from a person, who is typically speaking into a microphone. Sometimes it is used to play recorded speech or music.
The part of a sound system which produces the sound and "throws" it out to the audience. There are a number of kinds of speaker (as they are usually called): tweeters (qv), horns (qv), bass cabs (qv).
A transducer (or group of transducers) within a single cabinet that converts electrical energy into acoustical energy. The piece of equipment that makes the sound. see driver
Audio: A speaker system which includes the enclosure, the driver or complement of drivers, and the associated electronics, such as a crossover network or internal amplifier.
A device that converts an electrical audio signal into sound. The loudspeaker is the last component of the audio playback chain.
Device for converting the electrical signal from an amplifier back into sound waves, most commonly by vibrating a paper cone. Most speaker systems are composed of a number of sources - each designed to handle a specific range of frequencies. See Tweeters and Woofers, Bi-Amplification.
Audio speaker used to magnify sound in a function room or large area.
electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
a current-demanding load, and the few milliamps that the preamplifier can deliver is insufficient to drive any speaker
a device used for converting electrical signals into audible sound
a device which converts an electrical signal into sound
an electroacoustic transducer which converts the electrical signal from an amplifier into the acoustic power to the audience
an electromechanical transducer that converts electrical energy into mechanical vibrations
an electromotive transducer
an electronic device used to transform varying electric current into audible sound
a transducer that changes electrical energy into mechanical energy, producing sound or acoustical energy
a transducer that changes energy from one form to another
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Converts electrical energy to sound energy. This can mean an entire system such as a woofer, midrange, tweeter, crossover network, and enclosure. It can also mean an individual speaker driver such as a woofer.
An electromechanical device capable of reproducing sound. A signal from an amplification device is fed to the voice coil of the loudspeaker which produces a magnetic field. This coil is mounted inside a fixed magnetic field from a permanent magnet. These two magnetic fields interact with one another, which causes the loudspeaker cone to vibrate. This vibrates the air, which our ears perceive as sound.
A device or system for turning an electrical signal into sound waves in air. See the Loudspeaker page. The term loudspeaker may refer to a driver on its own, or a complete unit consisting of driver in an enclosure. The term transducer is more usually used when the sound waves are in water, solids, etc.
A device used for converting electrical signals into sound waves.
A device for converting electrical energy into acoustic energy.
An transducer that converts an electrical signal into sound.
something that converts electrical energy to sound
An electro-acoustic transducer that converts an electrical signal to audible sound waves. Available is a variety of sizes, shapes and styles designed for general, specific audio and entertainment applications.
Converts an electrical signal from an amplifier into sound waves. See Tweeter, Woofer
The device that actually produces sound that the human ear can hear.
An electroacoustical transducer that changes electrical energy to acoustical energy.
An electro acoustic transducer that converts electrical audio signals at its input to audible waves at it's output. May also refer to a given driver of a multiple speaker system and not to the whole speaker system as might a speaker.
An electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical audio signals at its input to audible sound waves at its output.
Piece of hardware that changes electrical signals into sounds, Part of the standard PC peripherals for sound reproduction, gadoodduu View
A loudspeaker, or speaker, is an electromechanical transducer which converts an electrical signal into sound. The term loudspeaker is used to refer to both the device itself, and a complete system consisting of one or more loudspeaker drivers (as the individual units are often called) in an enclosure. The loudspeaker is the most variable element in an audio system, and is responsible for marked audible differences between systems.