A sound force speaker is an electronic enhancer that opens up low-power sound signs (signals made fundamentally out of frequencies between 20 - 20 000 Hz, the human scope of hearing) to a level suitable for driving amplifiers. It is the last electronic stage in a normal sound playback chain.
The former stages in such a chain are low power sound speakers which perform undertakings like pre-enhancement (this is especially connected with record turntable signs), evening out, tone controls, blending/impacts, or sound sources like stereos, CD players, and tape players. Most sound force enhancers require these low-level inputs to stick to line levels.
- Low Distortion Class AB Design.
- Active Low Pass Filter.
- Series Grand Touring.
- Channel Range 30Hz to 320 Hz