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Woofer is the term commonly used for a loudspeaker driver designed to produce low frequency sounds, typically from around 40 hertz up to about a kilohertz or higher.
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    Types of loudspeakers: subwoofer, woofer, midrange, tweeter
    The dimension of the membrane strongly conditions the functioning of the loudspeaker. The greater the dimension of the membrane and its mass, the smaller its resonance-frequency, which in turn implies that large membranes are ideal for reproducing low frequencies, whereas they are quite useless for the reproduction of high frequencies.
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    Seeing that each loudspeaker reproduces a certain frequency band at its best, in order to reproduce the entire audible-frequency spectrum (20Hz - 20KHz) it becomes necessary to use more than one loudspeaker at a time

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