How does Super Tweeter work?
The Aperion Audio Super Tweeter speaker utilizes a premium Ribbon Tweeter to create a full range of clear rich audio details that provide strong sense of three-dimensional sound. The Ribbon Tweeter features a Horn Tweeter design that creates the desired sound diffusion and sound pressure distribution.
What is the frequency range of twitter?
A tweeter’s small size and light weight allows it to move quickly to accurately reproduce high frequencies. A tweeter’s range will vary based on its construction, materials and size, but tweeters typically play frequencies from about 2,000 Hz up to 20,000 Hz.
What does FS mean for tweeters?
One of the ways in which the designer may choose to create a smoother system response is by lowering the resonant frequency (Fs) of the tweeter.
Are super tweeters any good?
Since loudspeakers are generally omnidirectional at low frequencies and extremely directional at high, a supertweeter or additional, uncorrelated tweeter can have a positive effect if it is used to bring more HF energy into a room which is likely absorbing it very quickly.
What are super tweeter speakers?
A super tweeter is a speaker driver intended to produce ultra high frequencies in a multi-driver loudspeaker system. Its purpose is to recreate a more realistic sound field, often characterized as “airy-ness”.
What are ribbon tweeters?
A ribbon tweeter uses a very thin diaphragm (often of aluminum, or perhaps metalized plastic film) that supports a planar coil frequently made by deposition of aluminium vapor, suspended in a powerful magnetic field (typically provided by neodymium magnets) to reproduce high frequencies.
What is the resonant frequency of a tweeter?
The resonance frequency is 760 Hz and it is really very low for a tweeter of that voice coil size. In conjunction with Qts=1.08 it gives very extended frequency response in low end – down to 600 Hz by the -3 dB level.
How do you find the FS of a speaker?
The Fs of the speaker in free air has been measured, so simply add a suitable mass to the cone and re-measure the resonant frequency. This becomes Fs¹….1.1 Measuring Re, Fs, Qes, Qms and Qts.
|Mechanical Q||Qms = Fs × √r0 / (Fh – Fl)|
|Total Q||Qts = Qms × Qes / (Qms + Qes)|