Loudspeaker driver models are widely adopted in the industry and academia for a variety of applications ranging from loudspeaker design and engineering to loudspeaker system control through digital signal processing. In this contribution we describe a modeling approach based on Wave Digital Filters that allows us to simulate the loudspeaker driver large signal performance. The proposed approach features an efficient and explicit discrete-time realization of the nonlinear loudspeaker driver. We compare simulations with results to prove the accuracy of the proposed approach.
Di Antonio, Camillo; Bianchi, Lucio; Bernardini, Alberto; Sarti, Augusto
Affiliations: Elettromedia s.p.a. - Lavoce Italiana, Marignano MC, Italy; Elettromedia s.p.a. - Lavoce Italiana, Marignano MC, Italy; Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy; Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy;(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Convention: 154 (May 2023) Paper Number: 10641
Publication Date: May 13, 2023
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