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Loudspeaker Design: Lean, Mean, and Green?

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[Feature] A significant revolution that has taken place in the recent past involves the potential created by combining computer modeling, digital signal processing, and low-cost or compact transducers. Transducers don't always perform exactly to the manufacturers' average specification, and there may be opportunities to correct for batch variations using signal processing. We also find that horn-loaded bass loudspeakers suffer from the same acoustic problems in small rooms as conventional ones. Papers from the 146th Convention are summarized.

JAES Volume 67 Issue 5 pp. 333-338; May 2019
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