Goldwood 100 Watt High-Frequency Speaker
- BRAND: Goldwood
- COLOR: Black
- INCLUDED COMPONENTS: Tweeter
- SPEAKER MAXIMUM OUTPUT POWER: 100 Watts
- ITEM WEIGHT: 0.9 Pounds
- RMS: 50 watts
- MAX POWER OUTPUT: 100 watts
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 4000 – 20, 000Hz
- SENSITIVITY: 94dB
- IMPEDANCE: 8ohm
- VOICE COIL: 1″
- MAGNET: 6oz
- OVERALL DIMENSION: 3.625″
- HOLE SIZE: 3″
- MOUNTING DEPTH: 1″
- PRODUCT DIMENSIONS: 3.63 x 1 x 3.63 inches
- ITEM WEIGHT: 14.4 ounces
This 100-watt-capable 8-Ohm soft dome tweeter from Goldwood Sound was created and engineered in the United States. This tweeter has a cloth-domed cone and a 6oz magnet. This high-end, professional audio tweeter is designed for use in DJ, automobile audio, and other professional applications.
HOW IT WORKS
The kind of speaker driver that generates the greatest range frequency is called a tweeter. Woofers and the midrange are the other two primary drivers. In essence, a driver rapidly swings a flexible cone, or diaphragm, back and forth to generate sound waves.
HOW TO LOWER TWEETER VOLUME
L-pad is a ready-made component that makes it simple to lower tweeter volume. Instead of using fixed decibel levels like with a resistor network, you can adjust the tweeter level using it. L-pads are a cheap and incredibly easy technique to lower tweeter output.
HOW TO TELL IF SPEAKER IS DAMAGED
Basically, turn on that tone quietly and position yourself right next to the tweeter. It is blown if there is no sound coming from it. If it does, it may be partially damaged or still function. You’re fine if it is loud and clear and sounds like your other speakers.
HOW TO CLEAN
When playing music, you may essentially just leave any dust that isn’t blown off the tweeter, he claims. “However, the ideal technique is to softly blow at the tweeter if you don’t like the way it looks. However, the sound of the speakers won’t be significantly affected by any dust that isn’t removed by the speakers themselves.
HOW TO FIX PUSHED SPEAKER DOME
Fortunately, this can be fixed in a quick, easy, and efficient manner. Press one end of a piece of tape on the speaker cap or dome and pull the other end of the tape away from the speaker. This should resolve the problem.
Frequently Asked Questions
Tweeters may create a variety of high-pitched vocal frequencies, including feminine tones. Chimes, electric guitar notes, cymbals, synthesized keyboard sounds, some percussion effects, and other high-pitched instruments.
Like every other form of speaker, tweeters have restrictions. They have frequencies where, for a given range, their response (volume level for a given power applied) exceeds or deviates from the average decibel (dB) volume produced.
The main job of a dome tweeter is to generate an extensive, linear frequency response across the whole audible spectrum. It achieves this by producing sound via pistonic motion, which enables it to cover much of the audio spectrum but not all of it (it produces low frequencies better than high).
Numerous polyester film, silk, or polyester fabric that has been impregnated with a polymer resin is used as the thermoformable material for soft dome tweeter diaphragms. Hard dome tweeters are typically constructed out of titanium, titanium-aluminum alloys, or aluminum.
Dome tweeters feature an average sensitivity, good dispersion, and a fairly smooth response. 2.5 kHz to 20 kHz is the typical operating range, and sound quality can be poor or excellent.
When looking for ways to enhance audio, most people don’t consider tweeters. However, tweeters serve a crucial purpose. The quality of the sound emanating from your stereo directly related to the form and material of the tweeters.
A tweeter shouldn’t have a static sound. It should have a clear, crisp sound with no overhang and no jerky, harsh tsts. It should sound as though you stopped to hear if someone was coming for you because you were afraid in the dark. It appears that’s when you concentrate most on listening.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a cure for your tweeters. They need to be changed. As for safeguarding fresh ones. If the child approaches the volume control once more, snap his fingers.
Typically, tweeters are encapsulated and do not require enclosures. In order to prevent the pressure from the bass driver from interfering with the midrange driver’s cone, midrange drivers need their own chamber. However, volume should not be overlooked because it also influences the sound signature.
A capacitor is used in a straightforward passive crossover to restrict the amount of low frequencies that reach the tweeter. This serves two purposes: it shields the tweeter from excessive low-frequency power application and it aids in shaping the tweeter’s response to match the midrange’s response.