infinite baffle

infinite baffle

[′in·fə·nət ′baf·əl]
(engineering acoustics)
A loudspeaker baffle which prevents interaction between the front and back radiation of the loudspeaker.
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These subwoofer enclosures are available in varied designs, such as bass reflex design that includes a vent or a port, a subwoofer with a variable number of passive radiator speakers in the cabinet, acoustic suspension with a sealed cabinet, horn loaded, infinite baffle, and band-pass designs that represent innovative trade-offs with regards to low frequency ranges, efficiency, subwoofer enclosure prices and sizes.
The series includes ceiling speakers with or without plenum-rated back cans, in-wall speakers with open back, infinite baffle designs and surface mounts speakers with all-weather enclosures.