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Practical Applications of Crossovers in Real Loudspeaker Systems
Thus far, the development of loudspeaker crossover networks has not been primarily concerned with the actual acoustical performance as applied in real loudspeaker systems. We will show, through both objective and subjective analysis, a new dividing network design as an excellent choice over existing designs with regards to: polar response, electrical power requirements, imaging, and tonal quality of loudspeaker systems.
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