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Suitability of Low-Frequency Drivers for Horn-Loaded Loudspeaker Systems
The efficiency, bandwidth and power capacity of low-frequency horn-loaded loudspeaker systems are directly affected by the parameters of the driver used. Three new composite driver parameters, formed by simple combination of the basic parameters, give a direct indication of driver suitability for horn-loaded operation. These composite parameters also greatly simplify the selection of optimum horn constants and the calculation of system performance and ratings.
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