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Controlling the Sound Pressure by Controlling the Movement of the Diaphragm
Controlling the motion of the speaker's diaphragm becomes necessary especially with small speaker enclosures in order to reproduce sound pressure without serious phase error and distortions. Two different ways of controlling the moving coil are described as to achieve the correct reproduction of a triangular wave all over the audio range with normal speaker systems having no particular preparation for motional feedback.
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