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A Mathematically Developed Loudspeaker-Theory and Practice

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Theoretical analysis of sound generation has led to a new loudspeaker which reproduces sound with greater clarity and naturalness due to substantial reduction of transient and directional effects. A single conical diaphragm of new configuration, having controlled wave propagation characteristics, can be made to operate effectively from 30 cycles per second to well above 30 kilocycles.

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