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Improved Baffle Measurements for Loudspeakers
An improvement of loudspeaker baffle measurements is presented. The proposed method uses impedance-based measurement for low frequencies, and this response is used to correct an acoustically measured impulse response before the diffraction from the baffle edges is gated out. The low-frequency response can then be used to process the gated response, yielding an improvement in low-frequency responses over previous methods.
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