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Questions tagged [speakers]

A speaker is a device which converts an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. Questions about fixing speakers will be closed as off-topic.

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speaker problem with high volume

I am trying to build an audio system . I have a speaker which is rated 10 W and 8 Ohms . I am using a circuit from datasheet of TDA2040 with a pre-amplifier circuit with the microphone . when I ...
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What is the purpose of the upper inductor in this speaker diagram?

What is the upper inductor symbol in series with the woofer used for in the below diagram? It seems the tweeter and the woofer are both I guess 8 Ohm and that's why the 4 Ohm parallel equivalent ...
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Unwanted buzzing and reduced volume in a basic speaker set

I have the following device, which basically contains 18 songs. we can play the next song by switching the switch on and off. It also has a volume control. Recently it started to buzz a lot and the ...
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Speakers make humming sound [closed]

I don't know if this is the correct forum to ask this, but I have a problem with my audio set up. The setup goes as follows: PC -> external audio card (via usb from pc) -> stereo equalizer mixer (via ...
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Can I convert a mini guitar-amp into a portable auxiliary speaker?

Being a guitar player, my brother got me one of those guitar shirts for Christmas that has a board with pressure sensors attached to it and an actual miniature amplifier. When the sensors on the board ...
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Audio amplifier for 600 ohm headphones

I am working on a design which must drive an audio output into 600 ohm headphones (aviation headsets). Normally, I would just use an off-the-shelf class D amplifier but I can only find ICs designed to ...
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How do I set my speakers out of phase?

A little bit of context: I'm doing a project for my physics class where I could choose the topic, and I chose to do phases in sound and noise cancellation (wavelengths and frequencies). Essentially, ...
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Controlling Speaker Output with Transistors

I am awfully new to circuit design and a little confused on some of the things I can and cannot do here, so please bear with me. In a simple Arduino project, I am trying to control the output of an ...
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Increase working hours for an external speaker

I have an external speaker which uses one 18650 cell (3.7V). I would like to increase the working hours by adding one more cell of the same type. I have two questions: Should I add the second cell in ...
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Speaker crossover wiring

Came across some old Arcam speakers (cut open) and using the parts to build a bluetooth speaker box. Only problem is I can't figure out the wiring on the crossover/filter. The original speakers are ...
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Can a speaker be driven by a DC signal?

I’ve always been under the impression that speakers require an AC signal. The reason being that positive and negative current are required for the electromagnet to properly vibrate the diaphragm. ...
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Adjusting the voltage for a small speaker

I have a 4Ω 3W speaker and I plan to use it with MAX98357A amplifier. I need to make sure the speaker receives optimal voltage. When I test the voltage output from the amp playing nothing, I get 2.5V. ...
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Can't find source of hum in left channel of bluetooth speaker that I built

I have an RN-52 bluetooth audio module - https://cdn.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Wireless/Bluetooth/rn-52-ds-1.1r.pdf I am using it with this amplifier - https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/...
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Resistor for buzzer current consumption limiting calculation

I would like to know how did the circuit designer of the circuit in the image calculated resistor R100 value. My guess is that the 100ohm resistor is to limit the current to ~20mA. I have tried to ...
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How to charge a battery when the charging socket is broken? [closed]

First of all I'll explain my situation: I own a Bluetooth speaker, more precisely this one: http://www.leicke.eu/en/products/EP18108 Due to my clumsy hands it fell while the USB cable was connected ...
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3.5mm, 4 conductor, in-line, plug

I am struggling to find pictures of the plug I bought to figure out where to connect speaker wire to. It is a TRRS 3.5mm plug ...
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Can I replace an 8Ohm 1W speaker with a 8Ohn 0.5W speaker?

I don't know power is handled through speakers. Can I replace this 1W speaker with a 0.5W speaker in a computer? From what I understand, it's the load which determines how much power something will ...
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Loudspeaker volume issue

I am building a microcontroller based circuit that generates some sound out of a loudspeaker. Basic problem: Not enough volume out of loudspeaker Strange stuff: Volume is louder if I use a LM386 ...
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Why doesn't this battery explode?

So I know that it sounds very stupid, but I'm trying to test the limits of a 12 dollar bluetooth speaker. I disassembled the whole speaker and replaced the original 3 watt speaker with a 70 watt one😂...
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How will an audio power amplifier output voltage behave when loaded?

If an audio power amplifier would power a 8 Ohm speaker through its proper(?) output and if the volume knob is set such that the amplifier outputs 8Vrms 440Hz sine wave across the speaker leads the ...
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Which is broken, the amp or the driver of this subwoofer?

My subwoofer (with an internal amp) is showing difficulty reproducing low frequency sounds (sine 30Hz ~ 70Hz). As I lower the frequency, around 70Hz, I start hearing very slight distortion (hint of ...
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Crackling sounds when both speakers are connected?

I have finished my amplifier using the LA4597 chip following the schematic below. So far everything's working fine. However, I noticed something. Some songs crackle the speakers (probably because of ...
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Amp for tweeter in bi-amping

I gonna make some 2-speakers Bluetooth PA system, and I chose bi-amping way with active crossover for do it. I have an 60W amp (battery limits) for my woofer. Skipping all the problems on my road to ...
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Stereo or bridged mono? (LA4597)

I have a stereo amp (LA4597) and is currently wired in a standard stereo circuit. Recently, I read an updated answer from one of my questions stating that wiring the amp in bridged mode doubles the ...
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Is this speaker crossover design correct?

This is the schematic for 2-way crossover, the speakers I want to use are: Woofer: https://thomann.de/pl/harley_benton_15tb065_b4.htm?o=2&search=1537173360 Tweeter: https://thomann.de/pl/...
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An Audio Module heating up

I am using an Audio Module. The schematics of the module can be found below. The module uses a audio amplifier (TS4990IST) and STM32F0 MCU. I found out when ...
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Replace 3.5 mm AUX with USB

This might be a touchy subject, but bear with me. I have a 2.1 speaker set which has typical 3.5 mm AUX input and output. The problem is that sometimes the left and/or right audio channels cut out and ...
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Hifi soundstage decentered [closed]

I have spent hours trying to workout why the soundstage, the center of the sound between my speakers, is decentered to one side, in other words the drums vocals bass are normally in the center of the ...
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Potentiometer/attenuator between amp and speaker

I have a setup where an amplifier with 2 channels drives four 8 ohms 80 watts speakers on each channel. The amplifier has a single volume knob which controls volume of both channels at once. What I ...
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Connect common ground stereo to a device with different ground for each channel

I have an old stereo that I want to resurrect and add Bluetooth to it. For that, I bought a Bluetooth module, this one: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/PAM8403-Wireless-Stereo-Audio-Receiver-Module-...
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Hummm Sound from stereo speaker when used on inverter

I have a normal 2.1 Stereo speakers with an aux 3.5 cable coming out as input source, i plug this aux cable to a source when needed else it remains hanging, whole speaker this is plugged in to an ...
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Relation between the impedance of speaker and amplitude of sin wave?

I have an oscillator producing a sine wave with amplitude 3 V (so it oscillates between +3 V and -3 V). The oscillator is at about 500 Hz. I connected this to an 8 ohm speaker and I hear the sound ...
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Transistors as Switch and Amp to control LED strip

I am controlling an LED strip based on audio input from my phone. I am having some good results, but not exactly what I want, and my ignorance of transistors is holding me back (I'm a Mech E major ...
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Sine wave noise on the 8-ohm speaker

I'm trying to transmit and receive voice to my GSM modem over a 10-meter cable from a handset connected board using TEA1062 line drivers. But when I connect a speaker to the handset, a sine wave noise ...
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Speaker Wire Connection

I have some Phillip speakers I got from a friend, but they forgot to give me the amp. I'm hoping to still use these for some projects, but noticed the speaker wire coming out has two terminal, one ...
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Understanding how an audio amplifying circuit works

I'm trying to learn electronics and electrical engineering through building small practical projects (toys mostly). I've been learning a ton from adafruit and spark fun, but I'm trying to branch out a ...
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What all do I need for a simple speaker circuit?

I'm trying to use a 555 timer in astable mode to play a square wave sound out of a small speaker, but I'm having trouble understanding all the components I should use. I think I need something like ...
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Can capacitors in speakers (Yamaha) be replaced by slightly different ones?

Now, I know that people used replacement capacitors which has a Capacity of 22nF, 250V ac and 630V dc +/-5% The Capacitor was labeled C515 on the board it is soldered on. I was wondering how ...
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Canceling ambient sound [closed]

I've just moved into a new flat and I noticed that there is a lot of car noise coming through windows. I know, I could just close the windows, but that's a less interesting approach to a problem. So ...
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Potentiometer Range in Speaker Frequency Response Curves

In several speaker spec sheets from CUI a frequency response curve is given, such as in the CLS0231MA-1: Notice the two y-axes: one for the potentiometer (0 dB to 50 dB) and one for the DUT (0 dB to ...
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“mapping voltage” on an analog potentiometer using a voltage divider

I'm working on a simple project to learn electrical circuits. I built a little sound box that will play tones when you press buttons. The battery provides 3volts and the "power boost" is a buck ...
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How does an electrical speaker determine amplitude and frequency? [closed]

So, I know that a DAC converts coded binary signals into analog signals, but what sort of thing determines the pitch and amplitude of the outgoing sound? Does the DAC use a clock for frequency and ...
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Alternate to LM386 for 3.3V system

I'm trying control the volume of a small speaker (8Ω, 1/4W) in a 3.3V system using a potentiometer wheel (10kΩ). I've done this in the past using an LM386 in 5V systems, but the project I'...
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Amplify 1W output to 3W

I'm trying to build an audio circuit using an WM8960 chip from Cirrus Logic based off a 2 mic Raspberry Pi board from Seeed studio. The chip outputs 1W per channel into an 8Ohm load but I'm finding ...
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Transistor Power Dissipation / Overheating

I am working on an audio project in which a voltage controlled square wave oscillator drives a 5W 4Ohm Speaker. I am using a unipolar 12V supply. In order to limit the current going through the ...
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Will connecting an electronic instrument's output to a computer's microphone input overload the computer?

I would like to record the demo music on our Yamaha CVP 201 electronic piano, preferably by connecting it directly to a recording device's input. Right now, I have a 3.5mm splitter to separate the L ...
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Is reversing speaker polarity worse than listening off center?

I am certain that for all frequencies above about 440 Hz, there is only about a few cm of listening zone within which the polarity of the audio makes any difference. Am I wrong? If you connect a ...
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What is the Danger in Plugging an 4 Ohm Speaker into an 8 Ohm Amplifier?

I know it is a commonplace warning not to plug in a 4 ohm speaker to an amplifier rated for 8 ohms. I am wondering what is the actual danger that is presented by doing this in an electrical sense. ...
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6 SPEAKERS one amp

I just joined stack exchange to ask this specific question. I have 6 speakers. All 6 are 8 ohm speakers. There are 2 pairs (Speakers 1&2 are pair A and speakers 3&4 are pair B and then 2 ...