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  • Loudspeaker — For other uses, see Loudspeaker (disambiguation). An inexpensive, low fidelity 3½ inch speaker, typically found in small radios …   Wikipedia

  • Damping factor — The term damping factor can also refer to the damping ratio in any damped oscillatory system or in numerical algorithms. In audio system terminology, the damping factor gives the ratio of the rated impedance of the loudspeaker to the source… …   Wikipedia

  • haut-parleur — [ oparlɶr ] n. m. • 1902; trad. angl. loud speaker ♦ Transducteur transformant une énergie électrique d audiofréquence en énergie acoustique. Haut parleurs d une radio, d une télévision. Haut parleur de graves, d aigus, conçu pour reproduire… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Megas (character) — Megas is the main giant robot in the Cartoon Network animated television series Megas XLR . The name Megas stands for Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System.OriginIn the future, a war is taking place between humans and an alien race called the… …   Wikipedia

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    — phone running Meego 1.2 Harmattan software Manufacturer Nokia Series Nseries Compatible networks …   Wikipedia

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  • Siemens SX1 — Infobox Mobile phone name = Siemens SX1 imagesize = manufacturer = Siemens AG carrier = available = 2003 2005 screen = 176x220 (65,536 colours) TFT display exterior screen = camera = Integrated VGA camera 2nd camera = operatingsystem = Symbian OS …   Wikipedia

  • Raymond Scott — Infobox Musical artist Name = Raymond Scott Img capt = Img size = 175px Landscape = Background = Birth name = Harry Warnow Alias = Born = 10 September 1908 Died = 8 February 1994 (aged 85) Origin = Instrument = piano, celeste, electronic devices… …   Wikipedia

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  • Nokia phone series — Nokia s nomenclature can be traced back since 2005, when the Nseries line was introduced.[1] Because of the demands and peak of that line, Nokia again introduced another series of phones named Eseries,[2] made mostly for the enterprise market.[3] …   Wikipedia

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    loud+speaker+mode — с английского на русский

  • Loudspeaker — For other uses, see Loudspeaker (disambiguation). An inexpensive, low fidelity 3½ inch speaker, typically found in small radios …   Wikipedia

  • Damping factor — The term damping factor can also refer to the damping ratio in any damped oscillatory system or in numerical algorithms. In audio system terminology, the damping factor gives the ratio of the rated impedance of the loudspeaker to the source… …   Wikipedia

  • haut-parleur — [ oparlɶr ] n. m. • 1902; trad. angl. loud speaker ♦ Transducteur transformant une énergie électrique d audiofréquence en énergie acoustique. Haut parleurs d une radio, d une télévision. Haut parleur de graves, d aigus, conçu pour reproduire… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Megas (character) — Megas is the main giant robot in the Cartoon Network animated television series Megas XLR . The name Megas stands for Mechanized Earth Guard Attack System.OriginIn the future, a war is taking place between humans and an alien race called the… …   Wikipedia

  • Nokia N9 — phone running Meego 1.2 Harmattan software Manufacturer Nokia Series Nseries Compatible networks …   Wikipedia

  • Nokia E6 — 00 Manufacturer Nokia Series Eseries Compatible networks GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 …   Wikipedia

  • Siemens SX1 — Infobox Mobile phone name = Siemens SX1 imagesize = manufacturer = Siemens AG carrier = available = 2003 2005 screen = 176x220 (65,536 colours) TFT display exterior screen = camera = Integrated VGA camera 2nd camera = operatingsystem = Symbian OS …   Wikipedia

  • Raymond Scott — Infobox Musical artist Name = Raymond Scott Img capt = Img size = 175px Landscape = Background = Birth name = Harry Warnow Alias = Born = 10 September 1908 Died = 8 February 1994 (aged 85) Origin = Instrument = piano, celeste, electronic devices… …   Wikipedia

  • Shawn Daivari — Ring name(s) Abdul Bashir[1] Al Daivari[1] Daivar …   Wikipedia

  • Hearing aid — Behind the ear aid In the ear aid …   Wikipedia

  • Nokia phone series — Nokia s nomenclature can be traced back since 2005, when the Nseries line was introduced.[1] Because of the demands and peak of that line, Nokia again introduced another series of phones named Eseries,[2] made mostly for the enterprise market.[3] …   Wikipedia

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    dynamic loudspeaker — с английского на русский

  • Loudspeaker — For other uses, see Loudspeaker (disambiguation). An inexpensive, low fidelity 3½ inch speaker, typically found in small radios …   Wikipedia

  • Dynamic range — For other uses, see Dynamic range (disambiguation). Dynamic range, abbreviated DR or DNR,[1] is the ratio between the largest and smallest possible values of a changeable quantity, such as in sound and light. It is measured as a ratio, or as a… …   Wikipedia

  • Dynamic range compression — This article is about a process that intentionally reduces the dynamic range of audio signals. For similar reductions caused by circuit imperfections, see Gain compression. For processes that reduce the size of digital audio files, see Audio… …   Wikipedia

  • loudspeaker — Synonyms and related words: acoustical network, capacitor speaker, coaxial speaker, cone, crossover network, diaphragm, dynamic speaker, earphone, electrodynamic speaker, electromagnetic speaker, electrostatic speaker, excited field speaker, full …   Moby Thesaurus

  • Electrostatic loudspeaker — An electrostatic loudspeaker is a loudspeaker design in which sound is generated by the force exerted on a membrane suspended in an electrostatic field.Design and functionalityThe speakers use a thin flat diaphragm usually consisting of a plastic …   Wikipedia

  • Electrical characteristics of dynamic loudspeakers — A dynamic loudspeaker driver s chief electrical characteristic is its electrical impedance versus frequency. Explanation The most common driver type is an electro mechanical transducer using a voice coil rigidly connected to a diaphragm… …   Wikipedia

  • Mission Freedom Loudspeaker — The Mission 770 Freedom was an award winning British loudspeaker produced by Mission Electronics, an audio company based in Huntingdon, United Kingdom. The Freedom model variants date from the late 70s through to the late 80s. In all of its… …   Wikipedia

  • Distributed mode loudspeaker — (DML) is a flat panel loudspeaker technology, developed by NXT[citation needed], in which sound is produced by inducing uniformly distributed vibration modes in the panel through a special electro acoustic exciter. Distributed mode loudspeakers… …   Wikipedia

  • Thiele/Small — commonly refers to a set of electromechanical parameters that define the specified low frequency performance of a loudspeaker driver. These parameters are published in specification sheets by driver manufacturers so that designers have a guide in …   Wikipedia

  • Audio crossover — A passive 2 way crossover designed to operate at loudspeaker voltages Audio crossovers are a class of electronic filter used in audio applications. Most individual loudspeaker drivers are incapable of covering the entire audio spectrum from low… …   Wikipedia

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    full-range loudspeaker — с английского на русский

  • Full-range — A Full range loudspeaker drive unit is defined as a driver which reproduces as much of the audible frequency range as possible, with high fidelity, within the boundaries imposed by the physical limitations of the specific design. This is so… …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker enclosure — A loudspeaker enclosure is a cabinet designed to transmit sound to the listener via mounted loudspeaker drive units. The major role of the enclosure is to prevent the out of phase sound waves from the rear of the speaker from combining with the… …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker — For other uses, see Loudspeaker (disambiguation). An inexpensive, low fidelity 3½ inch speaker, typically found in small radios …   Wikipedia

  • Electrostatic loudspeaker — An electrostatic loudspeaker is a loudspeaker design in which sound is generated by the force exerted on a membrane suspended in an electrostatic field.Design and functionalityThe speakers use a thin flat diaphragm usually consisting of a plastic …   Wikipedia

  • Distributed mode loudspeaker — (DML) is a flat panel loudspeaker technology, developed by NXT[citation needed], in which sound is produced by inducing uniformly distributed vibration modes in the panel through a special electro acoustic exciter. Distributed mode loudspeakers… …   Wikipedia

  • Mid-range speaker — A midrange speaker A loudspeaker driver that produces the frequency range from approximately 300–5000 hertz is known as a mid range. Midrange drivers are usually cone types or, less commonly, dome types, or compression horn drivers. The radiating …   Wikipedia

  • Dynamic range — For other uses, see Dynamic range (disambiguation). Dynamic range, abbreviated DR or DNR,[1] is the ratio between the largest and smallest possible values of a changeable quantity, such as in sound and light. It is measured as a ratio, or as a… …   Wikipedia

  • Dynamic range compression — This article is about a process that intentionally reduces the dynamic range of audio signals. For similar reductions caused by circuit imperfections, see Gain compression. For processes that reduce the size of digital audio files, see Audio… …   Wikipedia

  • Sound reinforcement system — A sound reinforcement system is an arrangement of microphones, electronic signal processors, amplifiers, and loudspeakers that makes live or pre recorded sounds usually music or speech louder, or that distributes the sound to a larger or more… …   Wikipedia

  • Woofer — This article is about a loudspeaker driver. For individuals trained in remote first aid, see Wilderness First Responder. Woofer is the term commonly used for a loudspeaker driver designed to produce low frequency sounds, typically from around 40… …   Wikipedia

  • Voigt pipe — The Voigt pipe is a type of loudspeaker enclosure that embodies a combination of transmission line, ported enclosure and horn characteristics. It is highly regarded by some speaker designers, as evidenced by established manufacturers such as… …   Wikipedia

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    external loudspeaker — с английского на русский

  • Loudspeaker acoustics — is a subfield of acoustical engineering concerned with the reproduction of sound and the parameters involved in doing so in actual equipment. Engineers measure the performance of drivers and complete speaker systems to characterize their behavior …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker measurement — is one of the most difficult aspects of audio quality measurementFact|date=March 2008, and also probably the most relevant, since loudspeakers have long been generally acknowledged to be the weak link in the audio chainFact|date=March 2008.… …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker — For other uses, see Loudspeaker (disambiguation). An inexpensive, low fidelity 3½ inch speaker, typically found in small radios …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker enclosure — A loudspeaker enclosure is a cabinet designed to transmit sound to the listener via mounted loudspeaker drive units. The major role of the enclosure is to prevent the out of phase sound waves from the rear of the speaker from combining with the… …   Wikipedia

  • Loudspeaker (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Loudspeaker Type = Album Artist = Marty Friedman | Released = June 28, 2006 flagicon|Japan September 18, 2006 flagicon|Europe November 14, 2006 flagicon|South Korea March 13, 2007 flagicon|USA Recorded = Genre =… …   Wikipedia

  • Electrostatic loudspeaker — An electrostatic loudspeaker is a loudspeaker design in which sound is generated by the force exerted on a membrane suspended in an electrostatic field.Design and functionalityThe speakers use a thin flat diaphragm usually consisting of a plastic …   Wikipedia

  • Distributed mode loudspeaker — (DML) is a flat panel loudspeaker technology, developed by NXT[citation needed], in which sound is produced by inducing uniformly distributed vibration modes in the panel through a special electro acoustic exciter. Distributed mode loudspeakers… …   Wikipedia

  • Association of Loudspeaker Manufacturing & Acoustics International — The Association of Loudspeaker Manufacturing Acoustics International (ALMA International) is a not for profit trade association open to companies that design, manufacture, sell and/or test loudspeakers, loudspeaker components, and loudspeaker… …   Wikipedia

  • Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries — DALI stands for Danish Audiophile Loudspeaker Industries, a Danish manufacturer of high end loudspeakers. The company was founded in 1983 by Peter Lyngdorf, as an attempt to comply with the still increasing demands on audio quality from the Hi Fi …   Wikipedia

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  • Meyer Sound Laboratories — Type Professional Audio Manufacturer Industry Professional Audio Founded 1979 Headquarters …   Wikipedia

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