Moving Iron Speaker

What is a Moving Iron Speaker   Moving iron speaker (also known as a moving-coil loudspeaker) could be considered as one of the earliest types of speakers. Their use is still present in some small size speakers where developers are not turning to sound quality...

Coaxial Speakers

What is a Coaxial speaker?   A coaxial speaker system is a system in which the individual driver units radiate the sound from the same point of axis. There are two main types. One is a compact design using two or three speaker drivers, usually in-car audio. The...

Tweeter Speakers

What are Tweeter Speakers?   Tweeter speakers are basically the audio drivers in a speaker system which are capable of producing the upper range of sound you hear. Since higher sound frequencies have smaller sound waves, their size is smaller than the other...

Mid-Range Speaker

  What is a mid-range speaker?   Mid-range speaker, as its name suggests, covers the middle part of the frequency spectrum. Usually, it covers the range between 500 Hz and 4 kHz. This portion of the audio spectrum may be the most important. This is because...

Woofer Speakers

Woofer speakers   Woofer speakers are specially designed to handle low and low-mid frequencies of the audio specter. They are also known as “bass speakers”. In most cases, their frequency range is set between 40 Hz and 500 Hz.  The word “Woofer” comes from the...

Subwoofer Speakers

Subwoofer 101   Subwoofers present a unique chance to design arrays outside of the ruleset found for full-range speakers. Subwoofer arrays have two unique features that open the door of opportunity. The first is that subwoofers are in separate enclosures that...