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## What is linear frequency response?

A linear frequency response therefore means that a loudspeaker hardly influences the reproduction system within the amplitude (sound pressure level). A linear frequency response is very important for mid-range frequencies. The human ear reacts particularly sensitively to changes within this range.

**What is the frequency response of a speaker?**

A speaker’s frequency response, measured in Hertz (Hz) tells you how accurately it converts the frequencies of an input signal. It’s common to see specs such as 60 Hz to 18 kHz. This means that it can transduce frequencies in that range with a certain degree of accuracy.

### What is linear phase speaker system?

Linear phase speakers offer a relatively flat (unwrapped) phase response over the intended bandwidth. The reduced group delay distortion from the low phase shift results in musical harmonic content arriving in its proper timing sequence.

**What is a linear speaker?**

If it’s in reference to the concept “linear phase” from physics, linear phase simply means (in the “explain it like I’m five” version) that the delay times is equal for all frequencies – meaning that a 200 Hz tone will arrive at the same time as a 2000 Hz tone. In reality, no such speaker exists. 4.

#### What is a linear phase response?

Linear phase is a property of a filter where the phase response of the filter is a linear function of frequency. The result is that all frequency components of the input signal are shifted in time (usually delayed) by the same constant amount (the slope of the linear function), which is referred to as the group delay.

**What are linear speakers?**

## What is linear sound system?

Simply put, a system is considered linear if the equations that govern it follow the simple rule that the sum of the inputs to the system yields the sum of the outputs.

**What is the linear frequency response of a speaker?**

A linear frequency response therefore means that a loudspeaker hardly influences the reproduction system within the amplitude (sound pressure level). A linear frequency response is very important for mid-range frequencies.

### What is frequency response (FRS)?

The Frequency Response specification attempts to describe the range of frequencies or musical tones a speaker can reproduce, measured in Hertz (known to old-timers as “Cycles per Second”). The range of human hearing is generally regarded as being from 20Hz, very low bass tones, through 20kHz (20,000Hz), the very highest treble.

**What is the frequency range of speakers?**

For example, one speaker company offers a bookshelf speaker with a frequency range of 55-20,000 Hz, another with a range of 40-20,000 Hz, and some tower speakers with a range of 35-20,000 Hz and even 30-20,000 Hz.

#### What is “the frequency response spec?

I’d like to demystify the process for you; let you in on a little industry secret about “The Frequency Response Spec.” The Frequency Response specification attempts to describe the range of frequencies or musical tones a speaker can reproduce, measured in Hertz (known to old-timers as “Cycles per Second”).