What are the main parameters of a good speaker?
1. Rated impedance. Common rated impedances of speakers are 4 ohms, 6 ohms, 8 ohms, 16 ohms, etc. The impedance of the connected speaker is mostly in the range of 4-16 ohms. The impedance of the speaker should be selected according to the requirements of the power amplifier during use. 2. Effective frequency range. The wider the sound pressure frequency range of the speaker, the better the frequency characteristics. 3. Frequency divider. Generally speaking, the performance of three-way speakers should be better than two-way speakers. Because the three-way frequency adds a mid-range speaker unit, the mid-range can be made more mellow. 4. Sensitivity. A speaker with a sensitivity of 90dB is sufficient to meet the needs of home audio. 5. The caliber of the speaker. The diameter of the woofer is generally 20-38cm, and there are also large diameters of 60cm or 72cm; the diameter of the tweeter is generally 2-6cm, and some are larger than 9cm. 6. The net weight of the speaker. The heavier the speaker, the better the quality. Because the heavier the speaker, the larger the magnet or the thicker the sheet material used in the speaker, both of which will make the sound quality better.
Two operation schemes of digital audio signal compression technology
After the audio signal is digitally encoded, one of the biggest problems facing is the problem of massive data storage and transmission. The compression technology of digital audio signals is a very important link in the digital TV broadcasting system. Compression efficiency and compression quality directly affect the transmission efficiency of digital TV broadcasting and the transmission quality of audio and video. This article mainly analyzes the digital audio compression technology. Compared with analog signals, digital signals have obvious advantages, but digital signals also have their own corresponding disadvantages, that is, the demand for storage capacity and the increase in channel capacity during transmission. Audio compression technology refers to the application of appropriate digital signal processing technology to the original digital audio signal stream (PCM encoding) to reduce (compress) its code rate without loss of useful information or negligible loss. Called compression coding. It must have a corresponding inverse transform, called decompression or decoding. Generally speaking, audio compression techniques can be divided into lossless data compression and lossy data compression. lossless data compression Using a lossless compression scheme can restore the original data information bit by bit after decompression. They eliminate the statistical redundancy that exists in the audio signal by predicting the values in the past samples. A small compression ratio can be achieved, preferably about 2:1, depending on the complexity of the original audio signal. Time-domain predictive coding technology makes lossless compression feasible, thanks to time-domain predictive coding technology. they are: 1. Difference algorithm Audio signals contain repetitive sounds, as well as a lot of redundancy and perceptually irrelevant sounds. Duplicate data information is deleted during the encoding process and re-introduced during decoding. The audio signal is first decomposed into several sub-bands containing discrete tones. Then apply DPCM using a predictor suitable for short-term periodic signals. This kind of coding is adaptive, it looks at the input signal energy to modify the quantization step size. This leads to the so-called adaptive DPCM (ADPCM). 2. Entropy encoder "Using the redundancy in the representation of quantized subband coefficients to improve the efficiency of entropy coding. These coefficients are sent in order of increasing frequency, producing a larger value at low frequencies, and a long stroke close to zero after producing smaller high frequencies. The VLC is taken from a different Huffman table that is most consistent with the statistics of the low-frequency value and the high-frequency value. 3. Block floating point system The binary values from the A/D conversion process are grouped into data blocks, either in the time domain, by using adjacent samples at the A/D conversion transmission output end; or in the frequency domain, by using adjacent samples at the FDCT output end Frequency factor. Then the binary value in the data block is increased proportionally so that the maximum value is only lower than the fully converted value. This conversion factor is called an exponent and is common to all values in the block. Therefore, each value can be determined by a mantissa (a sample value) and an indicator positive number. The bit allocation calculation is derived from the HAS model, and the method to achieve data rate compression is to send the index value once for each data block. The coding performance is good, but the noise is related to the signal content. Shielding technology helps reduce this audible noise. lossy data compression "The way to achieve lossy data compression is to combine two or more processing techniques to take advantage of HAS's inability to detect other high-amplitude specific spectral components. In this way, high-performance data compression schemes and much higher compression ratios from 2:1 to 20:1 can be obtained, depending on the complexity of the encoding/decoding process and audio quality requirements. The lossy data compression system uses perceptual coding technology. The basic principle is to discard all signals below the threshold curve to eliminate the perceptual redundancy in the audio signal. Therefore, these lossy data compression systems are also called perceptually lossless. Perceptually lossless compression is feasible due to the combination of several technologies, such as: 1. Time and frequency domain shielding of signal components. 2. Quantify the noise shielding of each audible tone By allocating enough bits to ensure that the quantization noise level is always lower than the shielding curve. At frequencies close to the audible signal, an SNR of 20 or 30DB is acceptable. 3. Joint coding This technology takes advantage of the redundancy in a multi-channel audio system. It has been
What are the specifications of Bluetooth speakers
At present, there are many Bluetooth headset products on the market, and relatively few Bluetooth speakers. The so-called Bluetooth speaker actually refers to the speaker that relies on the Bluetooth transmission protocol as the carrier for data transmission. Since most mobile devices (mobile phones, notebooks, tablet computers) are equipped with Bluetooth chips, no data cable or audio cable connection is required. It is quickly recognized, easy to operate, and easy to connect. From the perspective of sound quality performance, the effective audio data volume of CD sound quality data (44.1KHz sampling rate, 16bit sampling accuracy) is about 1.4Mbit. To transmit CD sound quality music signals, the transmission rate only needs to be maintained at 2Mbit per second. The "2.1+EDR" specification is sufficient. Moreover, because such products often follow the mature acoustic structure of traditional speakers, and realize wireless playback after integrating the Bluetooth module, their sound quality performance is comparable to that of speaker products of the same level. From the point of view of specifications, although the Bluetooth 3.0/4.0 standard has been proposed, the former is mainly reflected in the Bluetooth radio frequency modulation method in line with Wi-Fi, and the latter is reflected in the application of automatic power control, that is, low power consumption. The two versions reflect the progress of Bluetooth technology, but have little connection with audio applications. From the point of view of chip-level applications, it is suitable for version 3.0/4.0. The mainstream Bluetooth speakers all use the A2DP stereo protocol. In 2012, smartphones, tablets and other devices all support the A2DP protocol, so there is no obstacle to the use of Bluetooth speakers.
Does the speaker have to be burned?
In the first stage, it is only a warm-up stage, and it is not necessary to select the tracks from the recommended reference tracks above. Just use a more soothing tune like "Guess the Heart" for normal playback at a volume of about 30% of the normal volume, and the playback time is generally 10 to 12 hours. After the first stage of warm-up, even if it enters the official appraisal stage, there are clear standards for the selection of music types and styles, down to the adjustment of volume and playback time period. First of all, from the three types of high, middle and low audio of the recommended reference tracks, Liang Zhu, Dukou, and Xianyun Guhe were selected as the praise machine tracks. Use a volume of 60% to 70% of the normal volume for a 48-hour loop playback. This stage is a link between the previous and the next. The adaptive memory of the headset for each frequency is formed at this stage. The success or failure of this stage will directly affect the performance of the headset for the sound of the frequency used in the future work process. Of course, in addition to the three recommended songs above, you can also use other songs, such as Four Seasons Autumn, Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, etc. mentioned in the table. The third stage is mainly a consolidation stage. The main role played is to further enhance the return visit effect of the corresponding frequency band, so that the corresponding frequency band can be better interpreted in the future playback. Here, the trial comprehensive performance is superb. Strong California Hotel, The mass (Era), Fairytale (Secret Garden) three songs. Need to pay attention to when playing. Keep the volume at about 50% for loop playback, and the playback time required is about 14 hours. The whole testimonial process is over here. The rest is the adaptive stage of ordinary music. Under normal circumstances, after about two weeks, the performance of the headphones will feel completely reborn. Remember: Do not use rock and dance music, so the speakers will be useless!
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