Not all subwoofers are made by Aurea, but all our Aurea subwoofers are amazing :-). Today, on our blog we would like to explain some facts about these loudspeakers.
Here we go with some info about subwoofers.
A subwoofer is a complete loudspeaker dedicated to the reproduction of low-pitched audio frequencias known as bass.
The frequency range for a subwoofer, typically is about 20-200 Hz for consumer products, below 100 Hz for professional live sound and below 80 Hz in THX approved systems.
The term subwoofer often refers to a subwoofer driver mounted in a cabinet, but technically only refers to the speaker driver.
They are made up of one or more woofers mounted in a loudspeaker enclosure, generally made of wood, which can withstand air pressure while resisting deformation.
Subwoofers enclosures come in different designs, such as bass reflex, accoustic suspension, infinity baffle, horn-loaded, bandpass…
The first subwoofers were developed in the 1960s to add bass response to home stereo systems and became very popular in the 1970s with the introduction of Sensurround in movies.
Home audio, car audio, cinema sound, sound reinforcement are the main applications for the subwoofers.
In coming posts we will write about technical issues related to subwoofers. Stay tuned.
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