Modern audio is more than just placing bass and tweeters in the cabinet. It takes you into the speaker and explores new devices in the speaker.
Sound design is an evolving science. Over the years, the quality of components such as woofers and tweeters has improved significantly due to material upgrades. At the same time, as the internal electronics become more powerful, new features have been added to the speakers. The results of these improvements are more than the effect of changing the coil of the voice coil.
It is safe to say that in the high-end audio market, there are no bad audio systems. Different products have their own supporters and critics, but in terms of sound quality, the difference depends mainly on personal taste. Because of this, brands that used to win projects with their sound quality or reputation now have to compete for business in other ways. They need to provide integrators with an excellent sound solution that can be quickly deployed by non-professional users, remotely monitored and controlled, and at an attractive price. This means that a large amount of technology needs to be carried in the cabinet.
Of course, there are various shapes and sizes installed, and not all solutions meet the same needs-you will not choose a hanging sound system as the main sound reinforcement of the nightclub. Therefore, this article will explore some common strengths in modern speaker design.