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In Pursuit of Elusive Loudspeaker Parameters
The standard Thiel/Small analysis techniques have made possible an accurate method for modeling the low frequency characteristics of dynamic transducers. A new computer program has been developed based on a combined lumped/distributed system analysis which permits the quantization of various parasitic parameters (such as box leakage resistance) through an iteration technique. The approach taken and various results will be discussed.
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