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Getting the best sound from a loudspeaker requires careful consideration of how it will be mounted or enclosed. Here is how to avoid the common mistakes people make.
What’s the best way to test a custom loudspeaker to make sure it’s performing the way you need it to? An anechoic chamber or a Klippel Near Field Scanner are two ways to do it. Here’s how the two compare. #speakertesting
Speaker baskets are vital to holding together the active parts of a loudspeaker. But they’re often assessed from a quality standpoint based on aesthetics alone - which is why manufacturers often put branded colors of finishes on them. Take a look at the video explaining the #speakerbasket and the materials they’re made of. https://hubs.la/Q0122GDg0
If a speaker brags that it has a super smooth (or flat) response graph you can bet that graph was drawn by the marketing department and not the engineers. Knowing a loudspeaker’s frequency response can tell you how well it will handle the sound being fed into it. Will it reproduce it accurately? Play low sounds too low? Too high? Here’s what to look for. https://hubs.la/Q0127sh40
Need an audio solution? Original equipment manufacturers (OEM) that need loudspeakers should look for expertise in these areas from their partner: design, manufacturing, testing, and quality control. Here’s how to find out if they have it. https://hubs.la/Q010SDYB0 #speakerdesign #industryexperts
A loudspeaker turns electricity into mechanical energy and sound waves. Impedance is the measure of how much of a load a speaker puts on an amp. Here’s how that impacts the design of sound systems.
You’ve got a tricky audio challenge. Here’s how the best loudspeaker manufacturers design, build, and test speakers for customers. Plus, what you should know to begin the process. #speakerdesign
A laser scanning vibrometer measures how the speaker cone, transducer, and enclosures are behaving and what happens when sound is emitted from them. #laservibrometer #sounddesign
Read: How Laser Scanning is Used in Loudspeaker Production [VIDEO] https://hubs.la/H0_HpLV0
More wattage isn’t always the best way to make a loudspeaker better. Here’s how speaker sensitivity impacts loudness and audio quality. #speakersensitivity
You want great sound from your loudspeakers. Audio distortion gets in the way. Here’s what causes it, how to fix it, and how to design a speaker so you can avoid it in the first place. #speakerdesign #audiodistortion
Did you know that if the distance from the center of the speaker cone to the edge of the baffle is larger than the wavelength, then the sound will hit the baffle and bounce out away from the speaker? This results in increased output of higher frequency sounds - known as baffle step. #speakerbaffle #bafflestep
Big sound from a small space is as difficult as it sounds. Learn the minute details you need to consider for small speakers in our guide to mini speakers.
Guide to Mini Speakers - MISCO Making mini speakers sound good requires a smart audio engineer who understands the physics of sound and how to use the latest in digital sound processing (DSP) technology.
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