Loudspeaker

See Speaker.

loudspeaker

[n] - electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
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Loudspeaker

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.
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Loudspeaker

An electroacoustical transducer that changes electrical energy to acoustical energy. See also: Crossover Frequency, Subwoofer, Toe-In, Woofer.
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loudspeaker

speaker noun electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
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loudspeaker

in sound reproduction, device for converting electrical energy into acoustical signal energy that is radiated into a room or open air. The term ... [7 related articles]
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loudspeaker

transducer by which acoustic waves are obtained from electrical oscillation waves and designed to radiate acoustic power into the surrounding medium NOTE - The term 'loudspeaker' applies to a loudspeaker unit and also to the acoustical enclosure.
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loudspeaker

loudspeaker or speaker,device used to convert electrical energy into sound. It consists essentially of a thin flexible sheet called a diaphragm that is made to vibrate by an electric signal from an amplifier. The vibrations create sound waves in the air around the speaker. In a dynamic speaker, the ...
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loudspeaker

Electromechanical device that converts electrical signals into sound waves, which are radiated into the air. The most common type of loudspeaker is the moving-coil speaker. Electrical signals from, for example, a radio are fed to a coil of fine wire wound around the top of a cone. The coil is pos...
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Loudspeaker

Function on a mobile phone that broadcasts voice calls through a speaker, allowing the user to move the phone away from the head and body
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Loudspeaker

A loudspeaker (`speaker`, or `loud-speaker`) produces sound in response to an electrical signal input. The first loudspeakers were developed as accessories to telephone systems in the late 1800s, but electronic amplification by vacuum tube beginning around 1912 made loudspeakers truly practical. By the 1920s they were used in radios, phonograp...
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Loudspeaker

Any transducer that converts the electrical energy of an audio signal into acoustical energy or sound.
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Loudspeaker

An electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical audio signals at its input to audible sound
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