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Passively Assisted Loudspeakers
Low-frequency range extension of loudspeakers by alignments which include passive electrical components was first studied by Benson and more recently by Von Recklinghausen. The present work uses a computer model to test the practicality of representative designs. A third-order alignment is found to have considerable merit. Measurements of real systems are presented.
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