When we get to the stage where we’re talking to each other, it’s sometimes hard to believe that we can just sit there and listen.
The audio signal that we use to carry information over a long distance is called a ‘Q’ factor. You can think of it as the ‘quality’ of the signal you’re talking to. The higher the Q factor the better you can carry the information over the longer distance. It’s because of the Q factor that the sound waves are able to carry more information than we could carry by simply walking long distances in silence.
Most of us can walk long enough to hear the echo of a room. The quality of the audio signal we use to talk to each other is known as the Quality of Service. Its the quality of the signal that youre talking to that brings you closer to someone. Its the quality of the signal that brings the person youre talking to away from you.
The Q Factor is the quality of the signal that your phone or other mobile device is able to transmit. Its the quality of the signal that the music in your music player or the sound in your earbuds is able to transmit. Its the quality of the signal that your car radio, your TV, or the speakers in your audio system is able to transmit. Its the quality of the signal that the sound coming from your speakers is able to carry.
Q Factors are measured by an algorithm that decides how much the signal of the music in your player or the sound coming from your speakers is able to carry before it gets lost in the noise. A music player or speakers in an audio system are able to transmit Q Factors of 30 or 40, but most mobile devices are only able to transmit Q Factors of 5 or 10.
In other words, the speakers in your audio system are not able to transmit Q Factors of more than 5.
The problem is a large portion of the audio industry is built on the belief that the Q Factor is the most important factor to consider when buying a speaker. They forget that the Q Factor isn’t the most important thing about a speaker. It’s the Q Factor that makes a speaker as good as a speaker. The Q Factor is only one of many factors which make a speaker as good as a speaker.
The Q Factor for the speakers is very important in the audio industry. The Q Factor is the most important factor in the audio industry. The Q Factor makes the speakers good as well as bad speakers. The Q Factor is the most important factor in audio audio engineering. The Q Factor also makes a speaker as good as a speaker. The Q factor doesn’t make it any worse.
The Q factor is a kind of “why?” attribute. In most cases it’s an attribute, but it really is a way to measure the quality of a speaker. I have heard a few times that the Q factor is the best metric for determining a speaker’s sound quality – it’s the same for a speaker, and it’s the same for whatever other factor we’d like to measure.
This is a good point, but it is important to understand that the Q factor is not a measurement of a speaker’s “quality”. The Q factor can also be misleading. When a speaker is built to a certain standard, then its Q factor should be high, but that does not mean its good.