Category:Horn speakers

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This category is for stationary public address horn speakers. For horn drivers used as components of audio system speakers, see Category:Horns (loudspeakers). For handheld portable horn speakers used in megaphones or bullhorns, see Category:Megaphones.
English: A horn loudspeaker is a complete loudspeaker or loudspeaker element which uses a horn to increase the overall efficiency of the driving element, typically a diaphragm driven by an electromagnet. The horn itself is a passive component and does not amplify the sound from the driving element as such, but rather improves the coupling efficiency between the speaker driver and the air. The horn can be thought of as an "acoustic transformer" that provides impedance matching between the relatively dense diaphragm material and the air of low density. The result is greater acoustic output from a given driver.
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