the response of a loudspeaker or other amplifying device to low-frequency sounds.
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How to use bass response in a sentence
It’s powerful enough to saturate most living rooms and media spaces with immersive audio and has a bass response from its built-in subwoofer that improves upon TV speakers and many other standalone soundbars.Sony HT-A7000 soundbar review: Superior sound for the 8K set | Markkus Rovito | December 8, 2021 | Popular-Science
The great, and the unusual, thing about the YH-L700A’s bass response is that it sounds appropriately powerful in the low end when the music is mixed that way and not low-end heavy when it isn’t.Yamaha YH-L700A headphones review: An immersive experience | Markkus Rovito | December 6, 2021 | Popular-Science
Some smart speakers incorporate a built-in subwoofer, which actively extends the speaker’s bass response, producing deeper, richer, quicker sound.
I’d recommend trying out the different materials and sizes while listening to the same song to see which has the most comfortable fit and provides the best sound for you, as a proper seal is imperative for bass response.Shure Aonic 215 (Gen. 2) earphones review: Attuned to my needs | Natasha Roy | November 20, 2021 | Popular-Science
Even though some bookshelf speakers exhibit impressive bass response, the physical size of a woofer within a speaker does matter for moving enough air to create the kind of low-end thump that shakes the room while you’re shaking your butt.The best bookshelf speakers fill your room with sound, not clutter | Tony Ware | July 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
British Dictionary definitions for bass response
the response of an audio reproduction system or component to low frequencies
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