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 What Is an Audio Transducer?

Answer A transducer is defined simply as a device that converts one type of energy into another. For example, a light bulb converts electrical energy into visible light and heat, while a solar cell change... Read More »
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What Is a Transducer on a Boat?

A transducer serves as an antenna for a boat's sonar system. It turns electrical energy into a high frequency sound from a transmitter. A sound wave travels from the transducer through the water co... Read More »
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What is a piezo transducer?

Used in ultrasound technology, a piezo transducer is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical vibrations and then back into electrical energy. A piezo transducer is made from a mate... Read More »
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What is a position transducer?

A position transducer is a device that measures the location of an object in relation to a specified point of reference. Frequently, position transducers consist of a stationary piece and a moving ... Read More »
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What the differences between midi audio and digital audio?

MIDI is not audio. MIDI is a series of commands such as on, off, volume, decay, etc. MIDI controls audio, but is not audio. Digital audio is audio made out of 1's and 0's (binary code). It's a digi... Read More »
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