In Part I, a new vented-box loudspeaker system was introduced that uses a Loudspeaker Enclosure Matching Filter to provide a pre-determined frequency response shape over a fairly wide and continuous range of box volumes. The Butterworth shape was used as an example as this is fairly well known. In this part, alternative frequency response shapes are discussed. Also, some other remaining topics are addressed such as box losses and diaphragm displacement.
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