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Design of Optimized Loudspeaker Crossover Networks Using a Personal Computer
Computer-aided design has been used to optimize the crossover networks of some of the most widely acclaimed loudspeakers thus far produced. The design and implementation of a mico-computer based system that is within the grasp of even small loudspeaker manufacturers is discussed. Recent developments from the fields of automated network analysis and optimization techniques are employed.
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