The speaker has a history of 100, but it has changed very little since the time of the phonograph. Michael Patrick checked the purpose of the megaphone. Speakers celebrated a hundred years last year. In addition to some upstarts trying to invade with digital versions, speaker technology has remained significantly unchanged since its inception. The result of the latest changes in its design is thinner, digitized and highly supersonicfi gurus. So the rather tedious technology in the ugly box still looks like \"hi- At the same time, the end of the user. Relatively few speakers, however, go to those sacred enthusiasts parties. Up to 95 PCs for all speakers are destined to work in places where \"low fidelity\" is acceptable PA systems, pc speakers, etc. Considering that the speaker is still a very inefficient way of delivering sound, experts say we can say that we have \"Hi-fi\'\' at all. \"All speakers are defective, but some speakers are less defective than others,\" said Werner ogill, author of TNT audio. Although money does not always bring about quality, the difference is huge and the quality costs money. The price is really very different. The cheapest can be made in a few pounds, while the high-end price is over 32,500 sets of Yamamura Churchill Dionisio 27 speakers. The UK is at the center of the industry, worth £ 1. There are 5 billion pounds in Britain alone. Gordon prowan, chairman of the British audio Federation, claims that speakers have now become synonymous with the UK due to the influence of the BBC. \"It sets standards for all types of broadcasts and makes speakers to ensure the best fidelity when broadcasting. BBC engineers have also set up some speaker companies to continue making good speakers. Because we also have high quality studios in the UK, the UK has become the home country of speakers. \"It is the UK that has started the whole business, some say. Sir Oliver Lodge filed a patent for his first move. On 1898, the coil speaker described it as a \"roaring phone \". Earlier in 1877, enster Weimer of Siemens invented a similar German device, but the system was used as a relay, not as a speaker. Therefore, the original unit on display at the Science Museum in London is recognized as the first real speaker. Unfortunately, for the two inventors, the right power amplifier has not been implemented yet, and without a wireless radio, there is no market for their findings. The subsequent development resulted in a form that could easily be identified as the world\'s most popular speaker, essentially a coil in a magnetic seam attached to a soft cardboard cone. Billions of people are created each year to enter homes, cinemas and computers. Improvements in 30s and 40s have resulted in the introduction of permanent magnets, tweeters and bass speakers, but in addition to the use of improved materials, the basic drive unit remains the same today. Of course, this old technology has its drawbacks, such as Tony Holly, director of management and technology at the University of Cambridge -- Headquartered in R & D Company, 1. . . Limited points. \"Traditional speakers are the weakest link in the chain between recording live sound and sound reproduction. Analog speakers are inefficient, expensive and fragile and require expensive amplification systems. The basic speaker design has been maintained for nearly 70 years. A whole new approach, Mr Hooley added, is over-use over the long term. His company is now developing \"real digital speakers\" based on the new tablet technology that can make speakers of almost any size or shape. Each panel spreads sound waves from its entire surface, excited by a micro-sensor attached to its back. The speakers are driven by numbers rather than traditional analog signals. In this way, Hooley said that the direction and audio level emitted by the digital speaker can be controlled more precisely than any other existing audio technology to \"provide a very advanced sound quality \". The flat panel technology developed by another British company, NXT, also means a new look for the speakers. They can be disguised as frame paintings, or even as the shape of the door panel inside the car. Its manufacturers say any flat shape is possible. Companies that have registered to use the NXT tablet- Speaker technologies include NEC, Fujitsu, Acer computers and mission speakers. Ogiers. \"After all, these are not normal speakers. I am also sure that they will bring a loss of their own heritage type and loyalty. From what I have seen, this new type of goal is computer, PA, home theater, these are usually not critical applications and are used by people with less critical ears. A nxt spokesman admitted that their goal was not \"super serious high- Ende\'s mission is to make the speakers smaller, and despite complaints and outright rudeness from some enthusiasts, the tablet will take off on the racked system market if it is not a digital look. Absolutely unfriendly existence of Hi- The end of the \"brand\" speaker was given to hi- I think this is a rather masculine image. Especially now, the latest home theater surround sound system requires up to five single boxes. Most consumers who buy rack speakers don\'t seem to care much about performance, they think rack systems are not hi-fi. But Mr Ogiers points out that even enthusiasts can\'t really reproduce the quality of the \"real sound\", even if they want it. \"Traditionally, enthusiasts have pursued the system for eternity, because it is the most true representation of some acoustic events. Or, that\'s what they think they\'re doing. They often reach one or another stage of real realism, such as \"perfect imagination\" of \"realistic dynamics \". But they were wrong. \"Depending on the current state of stereo technology, it is not possible to capture acoustic events, let alone reproduce them.