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Being able to cover the entire range of audio frequencies. An example would be a speaker that can reproduce all of the frequencies humans can hear. In practice, a full range speaker is one that can produce most of the frequencies with a reasonably even level. The problem is, what "most" and "reasonably" mean are very subjective.

Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary

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