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I want to make two new speakers fo my computer. I have found a amplifier with 2*50w+100w and 3 drivers: one subwoofer 100w 8 ohm and two tweeters 5w 8 ohm. I don't know why but i think i'm about to blow up my tweeters. I can't find a solution to decrease the wattage of the 50w output. Can you...
I need to create a simulation of an ideal speaker output. My professor advised me to use Thiele-Small parameters to do it. However, I have only been able to simulate impedance simulation of the speaker. Do you know a way to simulate actual sound pressure output?
I have an LM386 and a 3w 4 Ohm speaker, and I've tried every possible schematic, and nothing seems to work. The sound quality is poor when I make the speaker audible, by turning the volume up. What should I do?
I need some advice on what is the quickest way to change the alert signal output through a amplifier to run a fixed tone transducer with on board tone driver ? Problem to start with is my customer has issues of the speaker alerting device on this agricultural implement monitor is too quiet . So...
Hey I'm wanting to try my hand at building a simple portable 1w practice amp and I'm still very much a beginner at reading schematics and even worse at working from them so can someone tell me if I'm going in the right direction please? Pm me if you want.
I have a 8ohm 30W speaker and lm386.
I don't know much about the internal structures of lm386. I want only bass sounds(frequencies) in that speaker. How can I do that?
And I also want to know how to smoothen the high frequency sounds?
I recently acquired a Logitech X230 speaker set, with subwoofer and stereo speakers from a friend, but was dismayed to learn that the left speaker is non-operational. The other one and the subwoofer work fine. Im a complete noob to sound/speakers, so I decided to open it up and look for broken...
I am using fairly robust D882 and B772 transistors in my design, so I am wondering if I still need 4 damper diodes to protect the transistors as shown below? (Leaving them out saves a little on space and cost.)
I am designing a audio amp/speaker combination. This is to be a 3-way system, bi-amplified. I am using an active crossover filter that will drive a mono subwoofer, band limited to 1 KHz and lower. Two more amplifiers will drive the rest of the audio in stereo. This stereo...
I'm working on an audio circuit that is really space limited. I purchased miniature 12MM 8 ohm speakers from "no name" brand from aliexpress, these speakers don't have a datasheet.
When I activated the circuit the sound is really low- even though the voltage on the speaker is 2V~3V.