A loudspeaker component specifically designed to generate middle-range frequencies (600 Hz - 4kHz), designed to complement dedicated woofers and tweeters.
A loudspeaker specifically designed to reproduce the frequency in the middle of the audible bandwidth. Most musical energy lies in the midband.
This is the speaker component within a speaker cabinet that produces vocals and many instruments. About 70% of music comes from the midrange, so this driver can be critical in providing a natural sound.
A speaker that is designed to reproduce midrange frequencies, where most musical information lies.
A loudspeaker specifically designed to reproduce the frequencies in the middle of the audible bandwidth. Usually between three and eight inches in diameter. Commonly referred to as the low frequency driver in a set of separates.