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Difference between 3 way speakers and 2 way speakers?
Answer The term 'Four-Way'In this context probably refers to the number of actual speaker elements included. These usually consist of:- Woofers…...These handle the low, bass notes. Mids (or 'Mid range')...Usually for (as the name implies) the middle frequencies. Tweeters...For the high frequency sounds. Two-way speakers would usually have two of these fitted. Either woofer and mids or mids and tweeters. Three-way usually have woofers, mids and tweeters (for better response) Four-Ways will have either one of these elements repeated (i.e. two tweeters or woofers), or they may have a 'Sub-Woofer' fitted, for VERY low frequencies (So low you can feel, rather than hear them). Hope this helps, Phil
Answer A 2-way speaker's crossover splits the frequency band into two ranges: bass frequencies go to the woofer, and treble frequencies go to the tweeter. In… a 3-way system, the frequency band is divided into three ranges. The middle frequencies are sent to a third driver commonly referred to as the midrange.
Answer Within a speaker different drivers handle different frequency ranges. A two way speaker has different drivers handling two frequency ranges; in this… case a woofer for the low freqs and a tweeter for the high freqs. A 3 way speaker also has a midrange to handle the middle frequencies.
Answer Hi, 3 way speaker system will have 3 drivers Low,Mid & High frequenct drivers and a 4 way will have 4 drivers Low,Low Mid,High Mid & High frequency d…rivers. Rgds, Brijith
A two-way speaker has two speaker cones built into one speaker assembly: one cone to generate lower-frequency sounds and one cone to generate higher-frequency sounds. Th…e low-range speaker cone is larger, the high-range cone is smaller. In car speakers, the low-range speaker cone usually occupies most of the area of the speaker, and is made from a light-weight, paper-like material, sometimes painted black, sometimes gray. A three way speaker has three speaker cones built into the assembly, an additional cone for mid-range frequency sounds.
4 way. More speakers, more sound. think of it as surround sound.
the speakers in the thunderbird are standard paper cone speakers. They are not 3-way though the stock amp in my 95 had plenty enough to drive 4 4-way speakers that i put… in it.
it has 2 drivers, one for low and one for high frequencies, thus, 2 way speaker system
Two way speaker cabinets are cabinets that have no enclosed backing. If you place speakers in these type of cabinets, the sound will come out evenly on both sides of the cabin…et since there's no backing.
They are a type of speaker that are used mainly in doors or rear panels. Theynot only have the woofer but also have a rod that comes through the cone and houses two smaller co…nes. The cones are usually separated by some resistors (underneath the speaker, you usually don't see them) to block out certain frequencies to each separate cone. They are normally a better sounding speaker than a two way or single cone.
The eardrum is more like a sensing microphone's diaphragm or membrane.
3 Ways are much better, but it depends on what you are after. Stock car, stock speaker holes, 3 ways are better. Totally custom, multiple speaker holes, 1 or 2 ways are better…. reason being. as far as sound and music you have 3 dimensions High Low and Mid, a 3 way wraps all 3 into 1 self contains speaker, but its tightly contained, tiny tweeters, and not much bass. If you have the space to play a 1 way is best. because you have a speaker that is designed for each signal. subs for your bass, and tweeters for your high voice and instruments, and your mids to bring them both together. if everything is separated you can aim your sounds where you want them, like tweeters, subs don't really matter that's why they are typically in the trunk and not mounted under the seats. so if you are just updating the speakers in you car just go three way, they are easy to install and typically replace your stockers fairly easy, instead of adding a bunch of other stuff to your car. I typically do 4 3 ways, 2 front 2 in the rear deck under the glass, and a single sub in the trunk(like a 10), and no amp. if I put an amp its a 4 channel and its going to my 3ways, and my sub will probably be taken out. it depends on what brand you're using, sony-ok pioneer-better, the German stuff like blaukpunct or Bose- much better, it just depends on the sound you are looking for. I rather hear the voices over the bass. so it sounds like the artist is sitting right next to you. and obviously the more expensive the speaker, the better it will sound.
Coaxil speakers share one coil, magnet and drive piston whereas a 2-way speaker has 2 individual coils for the speaker and tweeter which make for generally better quality.
the number of speaker cones 2 way usually has a woofer and tweeter. The midrange has to be handled by the woofer so they won't sound as good as the 3 way. 3 way usu…ally has woofer, midrange and tweeter so you get more segrated sound with each speaker reproducing what it knows how to. 4 way - not sure, probably just a more spaced out range. 2 way (and 3 way) work great in a system using a subwoofer where you have all low end (100Hz or 80Hz crossover) going to a subwoofer. then the woofer section of the 2 way works as a great midrange. Best thing you can ever do for a car stereo system - put in a subwoofer on its own amp and get all the bottom end equalized out of the other amp, so your main speakers dont' try to produce any bottem end at all. System will sound WAY better, even if you aren't turning up the sub and vibrating the car next to you, it just makes your entire system tighten up and sound better
Three way speakers are better. They will play louder and more clear than two way speakers, they do this by separating the frequency range up between three speakers instead of …two so each speaker does less work and has a more precise and tuned frequency range. You will have much clearer highs, lows and mids from a three way speaker than a two way speaker and alot less distortion. When comparing speakers of different types you should compare from the same manufacturer and as close in price range because they are going to give you the most accurate comparison of the types, otherwise you will be comparing brands. ex- a 2 way Bose speaker will sound better than a 3 way sony speaker. And a top of the line 2 way speaker may sound much better than the bottom level 3 way from the same manfacturer. manufacturer will also come into play as well as price.
4 way speakers are one bass speaker, one midrange speaker, one tweeter, one super tweeter, but some company's are putting 2 tweeters in to make a 5 way speaker. in my opinion …all you need is 4 way speakers.
Two way has two cones in it and a 3 way has three. Tweeter, mid range and bass.