Acoustic Suspension (Enclosure)
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Acoustic Suspension (Enclosure): A Sealed box system that uses the resistance of the internal air of a sealed enclosure to control the motion of the cone. Sometimes known as an infinite baffle type.
Suspension Feeder: An organism that feeds by capturing particles suspended in the water column
Suspension: A heterogenous mixture in which droplets or particles are suspended in a liquid.
Sealed (Enclosure): Sometimes known as an Acoustic suspension type, the sealed enclosure is a simple design in which each woofer is mounted in a sealed, airtight box or compartment with a specific internal volu . . . View Full Definition
Psychoacoustics: The scientific study of the relationship between human hearing and its stimulus; in other words, how we hear.
Suspension Ligament: The ligament arising from a bone surface which surrounds and supports an endosseous or subperiosteal implant.
Ported (Enclosure): Any enclosure design with ports. In such designs the internal pressure wave is processed to be used either solely, or in conjunction with the woofer front wave in order to produce sound. A p . . . View Full Definition
Vented (Enclosure): A type of speaker system also known as Tuned, Tuned Port, Ported, or Bass Reflex. They are basically Acoustic Suspension enclosures with the addition of a port or opening with a specific len . . . View Full Definition
Tube (Enclosure): A type of woofer enclosure consisting of a long tube with a woofer at one end, and a port or Passive Radiator at the other. A good low-end reproducer, this design is very compact and general . . . View Full Definition
Tentacle-Tube-Foot Suspension Feeder: Suspension feeder that traps particles on distinct tentacles or tube feet (in echinoderms)