What is a crossover for audio?

Answer A crossover is a device that filters audio frequencies and directs them to specified speakers, splitting them into high and low ranges that you specify. A bit like directing traffic, with the traff... Read More »

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What does a car audio crossover do?

Crossovers, or electronic filters, are common in car audio systems and hi-fi equipment. Since the purpose of the crossover is to split the music signal by frequency, it requires a component set and... Read More »

What is better hdmi audio or digital optical audio?

HDMI and optical are both physical carriers for data. Whatever signal is put onto the cable or fiber will come out the other end and will be identical quality. The quality of the signal is entire... Read More »

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 »

What is a crossover SUV?

A crossover sport-utility vehicle, or SUV, is a vehicle built on a unibody car frame but which possesses many of the characteristics of the truck-based SUV. The Honda Element SUV, for example, is b... Read More »