Sound Booster Classes
Power force of a separate unit intended to be installed in the vehicle
Low-frequency forces are most commonly used to reinforce sound signals, in these cases they are also called audible frequency. In addition, NFIDs are used to strengthen the information signal in various areas: measuring equipment and defectoscope; automate, telemechanics and analog computing equipment; and other electronics industries.
The audible frequency shall normally be composed of a pre-energy and a power-energy (PM). The pre-energy is designed to increase the power and voltage and to bring them to the end-of-life power force levels, often includes the volume regulators, thermometers or equateurs, and can sometimes be designed as a separate device. The power shall be supplied to the load(s) chain by a specified power shock. It may be loaded by sound emitters: acoustic systems (column), headphones; radio transmission network or radio transmitter module. Low frequency booster is an integral part of all sound-producing, record-keeping and radio transmitters.
Discharge cascade mode[manage]