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Articles Tagged Compression Drivers

  • Monday, June 09, 2014
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    PSW Staff 06/09/14 03:57 PM,
    Eighteen Sound will present the new ND4015Ti2 high-frequency neodymium compression driver to the U.S. market at the upcoming InfoComm show in Las Vegas, booth C12211. The 4-inch compression driver is the result of extensive experience with its predecessors in the ND4015 line. It’s outfitted with a next-generation titanium diaphragm that provides higher sensitivity and extended high-frequency performance, resulting in enhanced HF clarity. The ND4015Ti2 has a 4-inch edgewood aluminum voice coil and 1.5-inch throat exit 4-slot phase plug, and is… View this story
    Filed in: AVLive SoundChurch SoundNewsProductAVLoudspeakerSound Reinforcement

  • Thursday, June 05, 2014
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    PSW Staff 06/05/14 12:25 PM,
    Acustica Beyma has named Lily Xiao as its new general manager of Beyma in China, including the mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. Xiao will have full responsibility for the sales and marketing of Beyma products in the region. She has worked for more than 14 years in professional audio, leading several business units in China for Music Group, Ruisheng Audio & Light Equipment, and others. She is fluent in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese languages. “We’re very proud of having… View this story
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  • Monday, May 12, 2014
    rcf
    PSW Staff 05/12/14 05:57 AM,
    The latest member of the RCF ART Series of loudspeakers—the new 2-way, active ART 745-A—is outfitted with a 4-inch voice coil compression driver joined by a 15-inch woofer (with 3.5-inch voice coil). The newly engineered ND 940 compression driver is further bolstered by a neodymium magnet structure, and it feeds a 90- x 60-degree (h x v) constant directivity horn. The driver/horn combination fosters a crossover point of 650 Hz, meaning that almost all of the vocal range is handled… View this story
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  • Tuesday, January 14, 2014
    loudspeakers
    PSW Staff 01/14/14 06:46 PM,
    Designing a loudspeaker system is a lot easier today than it was in the past. It used to be that only a limited number of drivers were available, and there was a lot of trial and error involved in making the boxes. Now we’re blessed with two major improvements. First, we have computers to help us, and programs like BassBox Pro and Hornresp make it easy to design and make changes to the design without ever having to cut a… View this story
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  • Friday, September 06, 2013
    eminence
    PSW Staff 09/06/13 01:26 PM,
    Eminence Speaker has introduced the PSD:2013, a new 85-watt compression driver offering a smoother frequency response through an improved voice coil design that reduces moving mass and increases high-frequency extension. With a sensitivity rating of over 108 dB, the PSD:2013 has a 1-inch throat and 2-inch voice coil as well as a 34-ounch ferrite magnet. It has a sensitivity rating of over 108 dB and a usable frequency range of 1.5 kHz to 20 kHz. “It can be argued that… View this story
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  • Tuesday, August 06, 2013
    faitalPRO
    PSW Staff 08/06/13 06:20 AM,
    FaitalPRO has introduced two new neodymium compression drivers, the HF146 and HF106. The new HF146 driver is a “technologically evolved” version of the current HF144 model, offering a more linear frequency response and different tonal balance. (Note that the HF144 is still available.) The HF146 has an AES power rating of 80 watts (maximum power 160 watts), sensitivity of 109 dB (1W/1m), and suggested crossover frequency of 0.9 kHz (12 dB/oct.). Like the HF144, the magnet assembly of the HF146… View this story
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  • Monday, December 21, 2009
    real world gear drivers
    Mark Frink 12/21/09 11:23 AM, 1 Comment
    Once upon a time, most sound companies had a wood shop for building loudspeakers as well as road cases. These days, superior off-the-shelf loudspeakers employ high tech transducers. Indeed, some of the most advanced drivers are not for sale to the general public outside of the products that enclose them. Adamson Systems, JBL Professional and Meyer Sound have developed proprietary transducer technology that can only be owned though purchase of their loudspeaker systems, but we won’t be covering those products.… View this story
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