Term  Description 
Frequency The number of times a signal vibrates each second as expressed in cycles per second (cps) or Hertz (Hz). The higher the frequency the higher the pitch.
Frequency Response  how a microphone responds to various sound frequencies; It is a plot of electrical output (in decibels) vs. frequency (in Hertz). An audio device with good frequency response is able to play all the low, middle, and high tones correctly. 
 Impedance  Impedance refers to the degree of “resistance” that a device offers to a fluctuating current. Impedance, by itself, doesn’t make headphones sound better. But headphones do sound different depending on their impedance. It's Important to match your impedance with your output device. Audio products with impedance of up to  40 ohm work great with most devices. 
Power Output Output of audio usually refers to the maximum power a device is designed to safely handle.  It's usually measured in watts 
Base Driver  Speaker used for low frequency audio. Usually for bass, rhythm section. 
Speaker Driver  A speaker with drivers gives you more dynamic quality and frequency compared to those that are not integrated with drivers.
Subwoofer Driver (Retro Radio)  Subwoofer dynamic speaker driver is excellent for low-frequency audio emission. They are the ones installed in larger Bluetooth speaker devices that can produce high volume and reproduce deep bass frequency sounds
ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) Mic configuration creates a white noise to silence outside noise inference. Perfect for listening to music in crowded situations, public transport, flights etc.
ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) Mic configuration, particularly useful to drown out wind noise and environmental interference during hands free calls via Headphones of Earbuds
Passive Noise Cancelling  Refers to an over ear & on ear design where the cup is designed & positioned to minimise outside interference 
Drivers The speakers employed within audio devices.
Earbuds and Headphones have general sizes used and this can determine the volume and clarity.
Earbud sizes range from 6mm, 8mm, 10mm and 13mm sizes. Headphones tend to range from 38mm to 42mm. 
Built in Mic Small Microphone built in for voice activation and calling purposes. Products can have single or dual mic for better clarity during hands free calling.
TWS (True Wireless Stereo) Refers to Bluetooth configuration that creates stereo sound without a wire running through the device.
The sound is synced to create a warmer more complete music experience rather than just two speakers play the same music simultaneously.
TWS within portable speakers  allows single speakers to connect with others, creating a surround sound feel. 
Low Latency  A product which is optimised to process a very high volume of data messages with minimal delay (latency). Perfect for gaming. 
Chipset  A programmed chip which powers the function of the device. 
Play time  How long the device will play on full battery. 
Standby Time Refers to the battery life when a product is not in use. 
Bluetooth Version  Refers to the version of Bluetooth used in the product. The most common versions used are 5.1, 5.2,
Wireless Range  The distance from which your host device and pairing device can be separated 
Rapid Charge  Full Charge within 1-1.5hrs
Magsafe  Technology which allows you to safely & wirelessly charge Magsafe enabled products. Suitable for both Apple & Andriod products. 
Battery Capacity  Battery capacity refers to the amount of energy a battery can store. A higher capacity battery will be able to store more energy and provide more power to your devices over a longer period of time
Passive radiators  Designed into portable speakers to provide extra bass when listening. Creates a fuller sound.