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Equalized Sound Power (ESP) Auto Sound System

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The demand for high-performance automotive audio has required the development of new innovative sound system designs in vehicles. The equalized sound power (ESP) system is such a design. This system utilizes bi-amplification, sub-woofers tuned to the vehicles' cabin and equalized sound power satellites to achieve state-of-the-art sound reproduction. The technical design details and response data for this system will be shown.

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