What Is Low Frequency Dive?

- Aug 20, 2018-

Low frequency dive refers to the lower frequencies that audio equipment can reproduce. It is used to determine the extent to which the sound system or speaker can dive when replaying the bass. For example, a small subwoofer can have a low frequency extension of 40 Hz, while a large subwoofer dives to 16 Hz. People usually need low-frequency support to feel the low-frequency dive. If the low-frequency does not have enough quantity, the subjective feeling will be worse on the low-frequency dive, but the actual parameters are the indicators.

 

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