Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to us. It coloursblog.com policy to respect your privacy regarding any information we may collect from you across our website coloursblog.com and other sites we own and operate.

THE INFORMATION WE MAY COLLECT

We may collect and process the following types of personal information:

  • Personal contact details such as name, title, address, email address and telephone number as part of orders & account signup.
  • Details of purchases and transactions
  • Information submitted as part of a survey
  • Records of correspondence with you by telephone, email, live chat, social media or otherwise
  • Details of your visits to the website, and information about how your device has interacted with our website, including search and browsing history, the pages accessed and links clicked
  • Information collected automatically from your device, including IP address, device type, operating system, unique device identification numbers, browser-type, broad geographic location (e.g. country or city-level location) and other technical information

HOW YOUR DATA IS COLLECTED

We collect data from you when you register an account with us, subscribe to marketing communications from us, submit inquiries to us and/or purchase from us. We also collect information that you provide voluntarily to our customer services team, whether in writing, by telephone, email or live chat.

We also collect some information automatically using cookies to improve the shopping experience. By using our website you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device and access them when you visit the site in the future.

USE OF DATA & INFORMATION

We may collect, hold, use and disclose information for the following purposes and personal information will not be further processed in a manner that is incompatible with these purposes:

  • To enable you to customize or personalize your experience of our website
  • To process any transactional or ongoing payments
  • To fulfill any orders placed with us
  • To process refunds
  • To create an account for you
  • To contact and communicate with you
  • For analytics, market research, and business development, including to operate and improve our website, associated applications and associated social media platforms
  • To send you marketing communications such as newsletters and catalogs or provide you with information about our products, offers or services that you request from us, or which we believe may be of interest you. (Please note you can opt out of these at any time: please see ‘Your rights in connection with your data’)
  • To store information about your preferences to allow us to customize our website and marketing communications according to your interests
  • For internal record keeping and administrative purposes
  • To notify you about changes to our service
  • To obtain and analyze your feedback as part of customer surveys
  • To handle any disputes which we may have with you
  • To comply with our legal obligations and resolve any disputes that we may have.

HOW WE SECURE YOUR DATA

We have put in place the necessary and appropriate safeguards and access controls to ensure the security, integrity, and privacy of the information you provide us with. Our website uses a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption which encrypts your information to protect it from unauthorized use.

No payment details are stored on our website. we receive encrypted information needed to verify and authorize your payment and to process your order.

WHO WE MAY SHARE YOUR DATA WITH

We may share some of your data with, or obtain personal information from, the following third parties:

Service providers

Third party service providers for the purpose of enabling them to provide their services, including (without limitation) IT service providers, data storage, web hosting, and server providers, debt collectors, maintenance or problem-solving providers, marketing or advertising providers, professional advisors, and payment systems operators; sponsors or promoters of any competition we run.

Third parties, including agents or sub-contractors, who assist us in providing information, products, services or direct marketing to you; and third parties to collect and process data.

Police or other regulatory or government authority courts, tribunals, regulatory authorities, and law enforcement officers, as required by law, in connection with any actual or prospective legal proceedings, or in order to establish, exercise or defend our legal rights

YOUR RIGHTS IN CONNECTION WITH YOUR DATA

Choice and consent: By providing personal information to us, you consent to us collecting, holding, using and disclosing your personal information in accordance with this privacy policy. If you are under 16 years of age, you must have and warrant to the extent permitted by law to us, that you have your parent or legal guardian’s permission to access and use the website and they (your parents or guardian) have consented to you providing us with your personal information. You do not have to provide personal information to us, however, if you do not, it may affect your use of this website or the products and/or services offered on or through it.

Information from third parties: If we receive personal information about you from a third party, we will protect it as set out in this privacy policy. If you are a third party providing personal information about somebody else, you represent and warrant that you have such person’s consent to provide the personal information to us.

Restrict: You may choose to restrict the collection or use of your personal information. If you have previously agreed to us using your personal information for direct marketing purposes, you may change your mind at any time by contacting us using the details below. If you ask us to restrict or limit how we process your personal information, we will let you know how the restriction affects your use of our website or products and services.

Correction: If you believe that any information we hold about you is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, please contact us using the details below. We will take reasonable steps to correct any information found to be inaccurate, incomplete, misleading or out of date.

Notification of data breaches: We will comply with laws applicable to us in respect of any data breach.

Complaints: If you believe that we have breached a relevant data protection law and wish to make a complaint, please contact us using the details below and provide us with full details of the alleged breach. We will promptly investigate your complaint and respond to you, in writing, setting out the outcome of our investigation and the steps we will take to deal with your complaint.

Unsubscribe: To unsubscribe from our e-mail database or opt-out of communications (including marketing communications), please contact us using the details below or opt-out using the opt-out facilities provided in the communication.

CHANGES TO THIS POLICY

At our discretion, we may change our privacy policy to reflect current acceptable practices. We will take reasonable steps to let users know about changes via our website. Your continued use of this site after any changes to this policy will be regarded as acceptance of our practices around privacy and personal information.

If we make a significant change to this privacy policy, for example changing a lawful basis on which we process your personal information, we will ask you to re-consent to the amended privacy policy.

Speakers

Speakers come in all shapes and sizes, empowering you to tune in to music on your iPod, appreciate a film at the film or hear a companion’s voice via telephone.

So as to make an interpretation of an electrical sign into a perceptible sound, speakers contain an electromagnet: a metal curl which makes an attractive field when an electric flow moves through it. This loop acts a lot of like an ordinary (perpetual) magnet, with one especially helpful property: turning around the bearing of the current in the curl flips the shafts of the magnet.

Inside a speaker, an electromagnet is set before a perpetual magnet. The changeless magnet is fixed solidly into position while the electromagnet is versatile. As beats of power go through the loop of the electromagnet, the course of its attractive field is quickly changed. This implies it is thusly pulled in to and repulsed from the changeless magnet, vibrating to and fro.

The electromagnet is appended to a cone made of an adaptable material, for example, paper or plastic which intensifies these vibrations, siphoning sound waves into the encompassing air and towards your ears.

Inside a speaker:

1. Cone

2. Electromagnet (curl)

3. Perpetual magnet

The recurrence of the vibrations oversees the pitch of the sound created, and their sufficiency influences the volume – turn your sound system up sufficiently high and you may even have the option to see the stomach covering the cone move.

To duplicate all the various frequencies of sound in a bit of music steadfastly, top quality speakers normally utilize distinctive estimated cones devoted to high, medium and low frequencies.

An amplifier utilizes a similar system as a speaker in opposite to change over sound into an electrical sign. Truth be told, you can even utilize a couple of earphones as an amplifier!

Amplifier, likewise called speaker, in sound propagation, gadget for changing over electrical vitality into acoustical sign vitality that is transmitted into a room or outside. The term signal vitality demonstrates that the electrical vitality has a particular structure, comparing, for instance, to discourse, music, or some other sign in the scope of perceptible frequencies (about 20 to 20,000 hertz). The amplifier should safeguard the fundamental character of this sign vitality in acoustical structure. This meaning of an amplifier rejects such gadgets as ringers, gongs, and alarms, in which the acoustical sign vitality doesn’t compare in structure to the electrical sign. The piece of the speaker that changes over electrical into mechanical vitality is every now and again called the engine, or voice loop. The engine vibrates a stomach that thus vibrates the air in quick contact with it, creating a sound wave relating to the example of the first discourse or music signal. Most as often as possible the engine comprises of a loop of wire moving in a solid attractive field, however the stomach may likewise be worked by electrostatic powers or by the activity of a piezoelectric material.

A solitary amplifier can’t completely duplicate the whole recurrence scope of recorded sound, so it is standard to partition the recurrence range into parts that are imitated by various types of speakers intended for a specific recurrence go. The low-recurrence speaker is known as a woofer, and the high-recurrence speaker is known as a tweeter. In many sound multiplication frameworks a third, or midrange, speaker is additionally utilized, and in a couple of frameworks there are independent “subwoofers” and “supertweeters” to repeat the limits of the perceptible range.

How does sound work in relation to speakers?

The quicker the gaseous tension changes, the higher the “recurrence” of the sound we hear.

Sound moves in pressure waves. At the point when air particles are packed and rarified quick enough, we hear it as sound.

At the point when a speaker moves to and fro it pushes on air particles which changes the gaseous tension and makes sound waves.

What is frequency response and why is it so important?

Recurrence reaction is the means by which noisy the yield of a speaker will be at various frequencies.

A common test for recurrence reaction conveys a scope of frequencies from the bass to the mids, and up to the treble range to check whether the sound from the speaker is the equivalent in every one of these regions.

The perfect recurrence reaction for a speaker is extremely level.

The perfect recurrence reaction for a speaker is extremely level. This implies the speaker would be a similar level at low recurrence for what it’s worth in the mids or highs.

The objective of a level recurrence reaction is to guarantee that the individuals tuning in to your music experience it the manner in which you proposed it. On the off chance that your track is all around aced and sounds great on speakers with a level reaction, you can be certain that it will sound its best on any playback framework.