driver element

driver element

[′drī·vər ‚el·ə·mənt]
(electromagnetism)
Antenna array element that receives power directly from the transmitter.
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A new 8mm driver element and tuned ceramic casing is used which improves upon the frequency response characteristics of the EP1/EP2 models by offering extended bass and treble.
Indeed, the phones actually transmit sound from the driver element right through the outer cover, which allows them to serenade nearby listeners quite effectively.
The ATH-W3000ANV is engineered for superlative sound quality, with special high-power driver magnets, OFC 7N ultra-high-purity oxygen-free-copper voice coils and isolated left/right internal wiring, a newly designed 53 mm wide-range driver element and numerous additional refinements.
The systems utilize proprietary dual matched driver elements which provide greater acoustic output in the small sound stage of a laptop computer environment.
The LS6593A has internally articulated driver elements that allow wider vertical dispersion at one end of the array.
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