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Loudspeaker Design: Optimization and Efficiency

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[Feature] When loudspeakers are a commodity product, manufactured in large numbers at the lowest possible price, finding ways of ensuring optimum performance can be challenging. Various acoustical and signal processing methods can be used to extract the optimum performance out of them, and testing regimes need to be sensitive to the real implications of performance variations.

JAES Volume 66 Issue 6 pp. 501-505; June 2018
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