Acoustics, Audio, and High Fidelity – MCQs in Electronics – Answers

(Last Updated On: December 8, 2017)

Answers key in Acoustics, Audio, and High Fidelity MCQs

Below are the answers key for the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) in Chapter 31: Acoustics, Audio, and High Fidelity from the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco.

1. Speaker enclosures.

2. A nearby radio broadcast station.

3. Are between approximately 0.2 and 2 kHz.

4. A level of engineering beyond reasonable expectation.

5. A doubling of acoustic power.

6. 2200 Hz.

7. It is impossible to calculate from this information.

8.  Both A and B.

9. All of the sound power is concentrated at a single frequency.

10. Susceptible to physical damage.

11. Operating in a nonlinear fashion.

12. The speakers are capable of handling the amplifier output.

13. 95.7 kHz.

14. Is designed to reproduce low-frequency sounds.

15. Buy a radio transmitter that works on the same frequencies with the same power output, but is made by a different manufacturer.

16. Converts audio-frequency currents to a fluctuating magnetic field.

17. Converts sound waves to fluctuating electric current.

18. Cannot make an amplifier more powerful.

19. A CD player.

20. Create the illusion of four-channel stereo when there are really only two channels.

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Acoustics, Audio, and High Fidelity – MCQs in Electronics – Answers
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