1. General expression for wall, board or enclosure. 2. Any partition, designed to be an acoustic obstruction to the passage of sound waves. 3. A partition or enclosure in a speaker cabinet that increases the length of the air path from the front to the rear radiating surfaces of the speaker. The purpose of the baffle is primarily to separate the front and back radiations from the cone or diaphragm which would otherwise cancel each other.
"I truly cannot thank you enough for bringing the voice of my father-in-law back to life. We had carefully treasured the old reel-to-reel tapes sent from my husband's father to the family while he was serving in the Vietnam War. Our old machine didn't work anymore and the tapes were becoming very brittle. We feared losing this piece of history ..."