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Troubleshooting Active Speakers

Troubleshooting Active Speakers

If you’ve ever owned a set of computer speakers or a portable Bluetooth speaker, odds are you may have run into a hiccup with the product once or twice. In this article we’ll go through some common troubleshooting steps for Active speakers.
What is Timbre Matching?

What is Timbre Matching?

This elusive concept has confused many audio enthusiasts over the years. Timbre is not something you can figure out on paper and there is no spec or graph that will describe it. Find out the bottom line on what you need to know about timbre.
Fully Integrated Smart Entertainment

Fully Integrated Smart Entertainment

As technology innovates, more and more companies are creating smart speakers like Alexa, Google Home, and Apple’s Home Pod. With this comes the opportunity for homeowners to almost completely integrate accessories like lights, garage doors, alarms, and perhaps most notably, entertainment systems.
The Aperion Guide to Crossovers

The Aperion Guide to Crossovers

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside a speaker? If you’ve ever taken a speaker apart, then you know there is usually a small circuit board with a few components that is attached to each driver. What is the purpose of that circuit board? This is what is known as the speaker’s crossover and […]
The Science of Sound and Anatomy of a Speaker

The Science of Sound and Anatomy of a Speaker

Have you ever wondered how speakers work? It main seem complicated on the surface, but actually speakers utilize a couple of fairly simple concepts to achieve sound reproduction. From Sound to Electrical Current and Back Again   It’s pretty incredible when you think about it, magnets attached to a tweeter or woofer, the basic components […]
The Physics of Sound

The Physics of Sound

How To Make A Sound Wave Whenever an object is plucked, tapped, rubbed, smacked or otherwise touched in any way, that object will vibrate. Newton summed it up in his third law, “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” This action/reaction creates a vibration where air molecules push and pull each other […]

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